"I like safety right now," said Jim Cramer on Wednesday's "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC. "I don't want to play offense right now until we're a little less overbought."His defensive name was Hershey ( HSY), which he compared with Deere ( DE). Whereas he is confident in Hershey's quarter, "I have no confidence that Deere's going to have a great quarter," he said. He said Deere's estimates were too high and anticipated it will lower guidance. "With Hershey, on the other hand, I think the estimates are too low, and I think they'll raise guidance." "The president really bashed the heck out of health care last night," Carmer said. In a televised news conference, Obama discussed AIG ( AIG) and the economy before he made it clear that "he's not going to relent on health care," Cramer said. "That's why the stocks are going down." An exception is Allscripts ( MDRX), trading up 3.5% on Wednesday afternoon. Cramer said he's recommended Allscripts on "Mad Money" recently. Finally, Cramer said that both Apple ( AAPL) and Google ( GOOG) are "up a lot." He said that as much as he likes Apple, "it would be irresponsible not take profits in the stock."