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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- There's no hurry to put money to work in this market, Jim Cramer told his "Mad Money" TV show viewers Wednesday, but for some stocks it's already too late to sell. That was Cramer's takeaway from Wednesday's market action as the averages fell big on what appears to be more gridlock from Washington. Cramer said while the clock is ticking for Congress to reach a deal, the market seems to be following the same playbook it did last year when the debt ceiling debacle caused the U.S. to see its first-ever debt downgrade. Back then, the markets fell 19%, noted Cramer, and it didn't matter what stock you bought, you were going to lose money. So as the same scenario plays out again this year Cramer said. The market will eventually stabilize, and when that happens, investors need to be ready to buy, as the lows were the perfect time to buy last year. Cramer said some stocks, like Coca-Cola ( KO), a stock which he owns for his charitable trust,