Cramer on Wall Street's non-reaction to Capitol chaos: 'The stock market's not a referendum on the state of the nation'

"When investors see few reasons to sell and many reasons to buy, the averages go up, regardless of the craziness in the capital," the "Mad Money" host said.
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