Jim Cramer is amazed that stocks weren't down even more than they were on Thursday.
He is starting to feel like there is a war being launched on business from U.S. politicians. If it keeps up, there could be even worse days ahead.
"I think the rhetoric against business is insane. In my view, business, the creation of capital through hiring and building something is worth celebrating. I look at business as way to put food on the table … We lavish praise on sports figures, but it is not like they create any jobs," the "Mad Money" host said.
Good business people are heroes, in Cramer's eyes.
But that doesn't seem to be how politicians view business. The war on business is now clearly aimed at investing, and the rhetoric could be very damaging.
"Any war on business in general, in my view, is a war against you. 90 million households own stocks in this country. 90 million housholds depend on stocks for their retirement, for wealth creation, for their kids's schools," Cramer said.