NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- With the markets teetering over the prospects of health care reform, a subdued Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Monday to proceed with caution ahead of the vote. "Don't get blindsided," he said. According to Cramer, the big money managers he spoke with vary greatly in their opinions of whether health care reforms will pass, and how the markets will react. He said while some are predicting the bill's demise and congressional gridlock, others see passage of health care reforms as a weight lifted off the markets' shoulders and something to celebrate. Still others, said Cramer, feel health care doesn't even matter because the economy is strong.