The market is getting used to Washington partisanship. Cramer thinks that's a mistake.
On Wednesday, Mad Money was honored with the privilege of ringing the NYSE closing bell in celebration of the show's 2000th episode.
However, looking at the price action at the time, Cramer couldn't help but notice the bid underlying the market. The S&P 500 closed a little more than 1 point lower while the Dow Jones dropped about 58, a fraction of a percent.
"It seems there are buyers in the market who no longer fear Washington because, in the end, every time they walked away from stocks because of Beltway bickering they missed a rally," Cramer said.
"There are also buyers who think stocks are too cheap based on fundamentals," Cramer added. They think the fear's baked in."
Cramer fears those buyers are misguided.