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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" on CNBC last night:

Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ - Get Report): "I like to bottom fish like the rest of them but this one you need to throw back."

Gilead Sciences ( GILD - Get Report): "This may be the strongest in the group with Celgene ( CELG - Get Report) coming in second."

Darden Restaurants ( DRI - Get Report): "The stock had a big run then did nothing. I'd wait until $50 then buy it."

Norfolk Southern ( NSC - Get Report): "This one is trying to bottom with a decent yield. If Obama gets reelected then you want Union Pacific ( UNP - Get Report)."

Interoil ( IOC): "The oil business has been bad, which is why I want yield. I like ConocoPhillips ( COP - Get Report)."

Nuance Communications ( NUAN): "I've always been leery of voice recognition."

United States Oil Fund ( USO): "No, no, no. These ETFs don't work. You need to be in an oil and gas company like ConocoPhillips ( COP - Get Report) or LinnCo ( LNCO)."

Alexion Pharmaceuticals ( ALXN): "I'd rotate over to Gilead Sciences ( GILD - Get Report)."

Windstream ( WIN): "I still don't like it, CenturyLink ( CTL - Get Report) is the better play. "

Phillips 66 ( PSX - Get Report): "I like the refiners very much. Wait for a pullback and you'll have a good one."

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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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