This post appeared earlier Tuesday on RealMoney. Click here for a free trial, and enjoy incisive commentary all day, every day.Will the President listen? Will he hear? Will the election matter to him? I think the answer is a resounding no. I don't see anything about this President that speaks to making peace and getting along with the other side of the aisle, and I don't see the other side coming together with him either because, beginning tomorrow, we will be in presidential-election mode. What would make me change my mind? If we see that he brings in CEOs and centrist members of the party. If he picks, for instance, my guest tonight, Governor Ed Rendell, a centrist Democrat who has demonstrated an ability to grow jobs in a shellacked state -- then I will be wrong. If he selects someone like Ed Whitacre, the former CEO of General Motors, as a senior adviser, it could be game on. Or Ivan Seidenberg from Verizon ( VZ). But I think that is almost completely unlikely. And that is why I am betting that Washington will become irrelevant until the presidential election of 2012. There is just way too much rancor and too little compromise and the president has shown no sign of moving to the right. There is a tremendous amount of thinking that says I am wrong. But the stock market, which has been rallying, is not rallying on the belief of compromise. I think it is rallying on the belief of governmental irrelevance -- except when it comes to the Federal Reserve -- and that's just fine for me. At the time of publication, Cramer held no position in the stock mentioned.