Jim Cramer cannot deny that the stock market is in a bad moment, but there have been much worse times before. So, he's not running for the hills over a potential Brexit.
"Remember that this bad isn't nearly bad as some other bads we have been through, they just all feel the same way when they are happening," the "Mad Money" host said.
Yes, there are things going wrong all over the place. Oil prices are falling, the Federal Reserve may or may not be on hold, and there is a vote happening in the U.K. next week that has investors worrying that there could be negative implications if Britain decides to leave Europe.
"We have imported all that doom and gloom, although at least our bonds still yield something, unlike the German 10-year Treasury that doesn't make you any money at all," Cramer said.
The real question is, how bad can it get?