I Wonder If FOX News Could Have Said This????

If the following was said and broadcast on FOX News, the screaming would be heard until New Year’s

MSNBC’s Touré: Romney Engaging In The ‘Niggerization’ Of Obama
by Andrew Kirell | 4:41 pm, August 16th, 2012

On Thursday’s edition of MSNBC’s The Cycle the group discussed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney‘s assertion that President Obama should “take [his] campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago.” Co-host Touré saw what he believes to be explicit racial connotations beneath what Romney was saying, calling it the “niggerization” of the campaign.

“That really bothered me,” he said. “You notice he said anger twice. He’s really trying to use racial coding and access some really deep stereotypes about the angry black man. This is part of the playbook against Obama, the ‘otherization,’ he’s not like us.”

More here: http://www.mediaite.com/tv/msnbcs-toure-to-panel-romney-engaging-in-the-niggerization-of-obama/

51 Comments

  1. LD Jackson says:
    August 17, 2012 at 05:07

    These people are just plain silly in their efforts to make Mitt Romney look bad. Is there no level to which they will stoop?

    Short answer: NO!

  2. I don’t know if FoxNews said this, although I would not be at all surprised.

    However, Romney said it: ““Mr. President, take your campaign of division and anger and hate back to Chicago ….”

    The fact is that President Obama is a uniter and stands up for the middle class and poor, whereas the Romney/Ryan agenda is to effectively raise taxes on the middle, and reduce taxes more on the 1%, thus a divider on taxes. Now shall we talk about what Romney/Ryan want to do about SS and Medicare?

    It appears that even many Republicans are frustrated not only with Romney’s VP choice, but also with the off-message campaign which Romney/Ryan are running to date.

    And then we have the Romney tax returns, where prominent Repubs are calling for him to release more. Now Romney is caught between these Repubs and his own wife, who stated yesterday point blank that no more tax returns will be released.

    At a more crucial time in the campaign, Romney/Ryan are both off-message and uncoordinated, and, dividing their own party. Some down-ballot Republicans are getting very concerned as well.

    Makes me wonder whether his huge campaign funding, Koch brothers, super PAC’s, VP pick, and voter suppression will win it for the Republicans.

    Romney should have picked Tim Pawlenty or Marco Rubio.

    Do you agree with my analysis, Republicans?

  3. You know Wagonwheel, if it weren’t for your double standards you’d have no standards at all. The only reason you want Romney to reveal his taxes is so you can point and scream “Look, he’s an evil Rich Guy”. We already know he’s a rich guy. How about you show us YOUR tax returns? I’d be interested in seeing what deductions you take. You know, those “tax shelters and avoidances” you so proudly try and foist on guys like Romney and the Koch’s, but you too are able to use (as well as all your well-healed fellow travelers in the Democrat camp). Or don’t Democrats take deductions, invest in tax free investments and have business in places other than the United States?

    Then you make a stupid statement like: “The fact is that President Obama is a uniter and stands up for the middle class and poor”. Hussein is in no way a uniter of anything except his own power. And it is not a fact, it’s your opinion. How the hell is anyone a uniter when he sees rich/poor, black/white, gay/straight, and thinks America needs to be fundamentally changed? How do you “unite” Americans when you believe “You didn’t build that”? How is it uniting to call an opponent a murderer, a tax cheat, a felon and have your VP telling crowds that we want to put them in chains? Hussein is the most divisive man ever to hold the presidentcy. The sooner he goes, and all your socialist claptrap and envy with him, the better.

    Let’s see. You’re 77 and living off of Social Security for at least 12 years as well as using Medicare including the “un-paid-for” part D you’re always bitching about. You probibly live in a mortgage free home in a lilly white area in Lewes. Then you tout about your investments earning 8-10% while the “poor and middle” are suffering. Yet you have the nuts to come on here and bitch about guys who still work, pay their mortgages, pay taxes and raise families all while paying into the ponzi schemes that you live off of. Simultaneously, you call them racist, bigots, Machiavellian, un-patriotic, and every other invective the DNC emails you daily.

    Meanwhile your Party has Failed, your president has Failed, your policies have Failed and your vision of Americas future is a Failure. You leftists are an embarassment to the Republic and slap in the face to all Patriotic Americans. You’re an insult to guys who do an honest days work for an honest days pay and to every small businessman who puts his balls on the line to creat a business. If you think Husseins policies are so good, move to Cuba. They are already being used there. We’re not Cubans, we’re not Europeans, we’re not socialist sloths. We’re Americans and as Sinatra would say: “We do it OUR way”.

  4. Do you agree with my analysis, Republicans?

    Sorry, we prefer to take seriously people who think rationally and at least have a semblance of existing in our reality. You don’t qualify, Passive-Aggressive Perry.

  5. I’m pleased to note that Hoagie agrees with my analysis! :)

    PS: Hoagie, whoever told you that it is kosher to make assumptions about someone whom you do not know, then make a personal attack on said person using said assumptions, is wrong! I once made a possibly false assumption about you, and you proceeded to hyperventilate, tattle tale, and threaten a law suit. Just sayin’! You can give it out, but take it? Well you just cannot!!!

  6. I once made a possibly false assumption about you, and you proceeded to hyperventilate, tattle tale, and threaten a law suit. Just sayin’! You can give it out, but take it? Well you just cannot!!!

    It’s certainly not surprising that Passive-Aggressive Perry changes history … since he can’t even remember what occurred two minutes ago.

    Spare us your pathetic lies, moonbat.

  7. You are correct Wagonwheel. I was out of line bringing up your personal lifestyle, investments and finances. That’s not what we’re here for. I apologize, sincerely. We need to have our personal space and just because the political arena has become a mud wrestle does not mean we have to get in the mud with them. Again, I apologize.

  8. The fact is that President Obama is a uniter

    Then why is he so divisive? The Left Wing Hate Machine has accused Romney of:

    1. Murdering a man’s wife.
    2. Being a felon.
    3. Being a tax cheat.
    4. Putting black people in chains.
    5. Torturing his dog.

    Shall I go on … ?

  9. Hoagie says:
    August 17, 2012 at 11:01

    You are correct Wagonwheel. I was out of line bringing up your personal lifestyle, investments and finances. “

    You may regret having done it, but it’s what Perry does as a matter of course. You know that he lives in a suburban area because he has said so and described the amusement he derives from disrupting the peace of his neighbors’ Christian sabbath. It sticks with you that he lives there because he is continually indicting others for living in similar suburban areas and accusing them of foul racist motives and self-interest for doing so: While he himself seeks refuge among them, and does the same.

    And you only know his age because he has used it as an anchor point in attacking Republicans. As in: I’m 77 and I lived in the good old days of a functioning wealth redistributing welfare state where Democrats ruled and Republicans rolled over; and you evil and racist Republicans who can only think of yourselves and your families, are now trying to dismantle it so you can shift the burden for my daughter’s medical care onto herself or her husband. Or No-God forbid, onto myself. In which case she’ll just have to go bankrupt.

    I mean, I did my part for the collective, now you do your part for her. You don’t know what it’s like to be old and face the prospect of your comfort and your expectations being perturbed by the prospect that others may no longer wish to labor in your service anymore. Yeah, ok, I had freedom, and yeah you won’t have as much, but that’s what makes this country great, we all have a place in it: some to serve, others to enjoy.

    As for his “analysis”: What analysis?

  10. “This is part of the playbook against Obama, the ‘otherization,’ he’s not like us.””

    If you are talking of honest and productive people who have gotten where they are without special consideration and trickery, people who value liberty, people whose parents were not despicable and useless and morally irresponsible, people who do not assume that others exist as social product for their government managerial and reshaping projects, then yes: Obama is obviously not like us.

    Obama has even stated that he is an exponent of the concept of “positive liberty”, that is to say in practice: your labor appropriated and transformed into government apportioned opportunities for the self-fulfillment of others who may not find a satisfying selection of choices in the cruel world of the free market place.

    So as an exponent of this anti-freedom version of “liberty”, yes, there too, he is unlike us.

    I feel sorry for him in some ways, just as in some ways I feel sorry for the miscreant Bill Clinton, or that twisted little bag of malevolence masquerading as a Christian, Jimmy Carter. But I feel no moral obligation to, or fellowship with, any of them in any event.

    A quasi-libertarian polity once made it easy to write off morally damaged cranks like that, since they only has so much political power with to work their damage.

    But with the growth of the no-limits governance principle steadily pushed by so-called progressives of every generation, these broken personalities and inadequate men and women develop, as a class, ever more into an existential danger to those who because they live in the same political space, have become their targets for appropriation.

    They will never stop demanding more control more right to intrude. They have said so. They have said their project is an “all society” project, and a never-ending one, one that involves reshaping society right down to its minutest elements: you. They recognize no objective boundaries to their sway, no moral limits to their demands, no point of personal, social, or political satiety.

    In trying to live and to raise families, we face a class of atheist, and worse, ultimately nihilistic, appetite-entities, who recognize no boundaries and who cannot be sated. And perhaps wort of all, “entities” who while making noises about promoting “flourishing” and “social justice”, cannot justify or coherently explain their motivations in terms of their own metaphysical premisses.

    They want. They feel they want. They feel they want from you, and to do to you. But they cannot really or persuasively say why they should be accommodated.

    What then, is to be done?

    Facing reality squarely, and without illusions, may be the first step.

  11. When Perry the Socialist from Lose Delaware starts out a comment by saying “I’m sure we can all agree that…”, everyone knows that what’s coming next is a whole Jinyo Maru-sized list of Socialist arse-pulls that no Conservative or Libertarian will agree with.

    When Perry the Socialist from Lose Delaware finishes off by saying “as I’m sure you will all agree”, everyone knows that what he wrote immediately prior is supported by less than 30 percent of voters, oft-times less than 20 percent.

    Perry will never be able to understand Conservatives and Libertarians, but Conservatives and Libertarians can understand Liberals, forecast Liberal positions, and correctly describe the Liberal thought processes. It is much like a 5 year old and his parents (Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve). The 5 year old boy’s parents can, with relatively high degrees of accuracy, predict decisions and requests the boy makes, and describe the thought processes that went into the 5 year old’s decisions and requests. But for the 5 year old, it is impossible to figure out Mommy and Daddy’s decisions and thought processes, and will remain so until that 5 year old grows up.

    Here’s how that 5 year old thinks, regarding Mommy and Daddy’s actions:

    Mommy and Daddy hate me!
    Mommy and Daddy never let me have any fun!
    Mommy and Daddy make me do things I hate, like brushing my teeth, taking a bath, cleaning up my room!
    Mommy and Daddy never let me do anything!
    Mommy and Daddy hate me!
    So I hate Mommy and Daddy!

    And that is where the Socialists like Perry and other radical Left reside in their cognitive thinking skills: at the same level as the above 5 year old. The difference between the two? Eventually, the 5 year old grows up.

  12. Oh Touré, you’re such a tedious little twerp…

    Indeed, Touré Neblett’s DJ background in Hip Hop makes him an authority on the “Niggerization” of black men, he knows all about it, he’s a professional facilitator of reducing blacks to stereotypical rolls of Gangstas and Hos.

    It’s like a Rorschach Test, every time Neblett combs his hair, listens to his own radio show, or tunes into MSNBC he sees an Uncle Tom with his pimp act on, spouting the racist slogans of his Democrat masters just like a little whipped dog.

    What Neblett hates is what Neblett has become.

  13. “Then why is he so divisive? The Left Wing Hate Machine has accused Romney of:

    1. Murdering a man’s wife.
    2. Being a felon.
    3. Being a tax cheat.
    4. Putting black people in chains.
    5. Torturing his dog.

    Shall I go on … ?”

    Citation please, Eric!

  14. Wagonwheel says:
    August 17, 2012 at 14:14

    “Then why is he so divisive? The Left Wing Hate Machine has accused Romney of:

    1. Murdering a man’s wife.
    2. Being a felon.
    3. Being a tax cheat.
    4. Putting black people in chains.
    5. Torturing his dog.

    Shall I go on … ?”

    Citation please, Eric!

    The only way you could avoid not knowing these things is if you were in the North Woods out of range of all types communications in the last six weeks.

  15. Wagonwheel says:
    August 17, 2012 at 09:27

    I don’t know if FoxNews said this, although I would not be at all surprised.

    How can you even ask this question when MSNBC citation was sitting at the bottom of the article. We give you citations and you purposely ignore them, then complain later. And NO, FOX News DID NOT Say that phrase.

  16. The only way you could avoid not knowing these things is if you were in the North Woods out of range of all types communications in the last six weeks.

    And Perry has already proven he does indeed know about these things by commenting on these things on this blogsite and demanding Romney prove those Leftist lies were lies.

  17. “Then why is he so divisive? The Left Wing Hate Machine has accused Romney of:

    1. Murdering a man’s wife.
    2. Being a felon.
    3. Being a tax cheat.
    4. Putting black people in chains.
    5. Torturing his dog.

    Shall I go on … ?”

    Citation please, Eric!

    You’ve GOT to be kidding! All these have come from your side in just the last month. But to give sources, here:

    1. Murdering a man’s wife. – Obama SuperPAC ad
    2. Being a felon. – Stephanie Cutter
    3. Being a tax cheat. – Harry Reid
    4. Putting black people in chains. – Joe Biden
    5. Torturing his dog. – Various Democrats/Libs

  18. WW wrote:

    The fact is that President Obama is a uniter

    ‘Cept, I suppose to those bitter clingers to God and guns, right?

    Of course, his policies certainly did unite conservative voters in 2010, so I guess that we can give him credit for that! :)

    and stands up for the middle class and poor, whereas the Romney/Ryan agenda is to effectively raise taxes on the middle, and reduce taxes more on the 1%, thus a divider on taxes.

    How odd, then, that President Obama isn’t leading Mitt Romney 99 to 1 in the polls. Oh, I know that you think that he should be, but there is apparently a fairly large segment of the population that disagrees with you. As a uniter, our President doesn’t seem to have done a particularly good job in actually uniting the country, has he?

  19. The Editor says

    How odd, then, that President Obama isn’t leading Mitt Romney 99 to 1 in the polls. Oh, I know that you think that he should be, but there is apparently a fairly large segment of the population that disagrees with you. As a uniter, our President doesn’t seem to have done a particularly good job in actually uniting the country, has he?

    I know, right? When he says “if they bring a knife, you bring a gun”, that’s really a conciliatory term of endearment. No sane person could ever think that’s divisive or inflammatory. When he tells all Republicans to keep silent and sit in the back of the bus, that’s being a lovable teddy bear. How could anyone think that was anything but uniting? When he smears the Supreme Court and Republicans in his State of the Union political campaign events, that’s just skittles and rainbows. Nobody could be offended by getting smeared by an unaccomplished race-baiter, class-warrior, anti-Christian, anti-Constitutional, could they?

  20. OK, Eric, at least you supported your claim. That’s a step in the right direction.

    1. On murdering a man’s wife, yes, that’s an overstatement, but Romney’s Bain Capital was the cause of many family problems to innocent workers who lost their jobs, pensions, and health benefits while Romney came out with huge sums for himself. Of that there is no doubt, which is the overall message behind that ad. I do believe that the man feels as though Romney murdered his wife.

    2. Romney a felon, well we don’t know. Is it possible that this is one reason he will not reveal his taxes, as not doing so raises all sorts of suspicions, many of which may be unfounded. He is going to have to reveal his taxes, because this issue is not going to go away. Is it possible that revealing his taxes will raise more profound anti-Romney issues. I wonder.

    3. On being a tax cheat, well maybe Harry Reid really does know, but the rest of us do not. Romney can clear the air by releasing his tax returns. This issue could become the main issue which defeats the Romney/Ryan ticket; but there are many other issues damaging to them as well, as we will be discussing on here up to election day at least.

    4. Putting black people in chains: This was a terrible thing for Joe Biden to say. So you are correct on that one!

    5. Torturing his dog: Well this is true, isn’t it?

    I find in noteworthy that supposedly the most difficult issue for President Obama is the Republican’s rendition of his record. I find it strange that Romney/Ryan are not focused on this issue. Could it be that their version of the Obama record is not resonating with voters other than their own, but not independents, and not with certain other demographics which Republicans need to make some inroads. I am talking about not only independents, but also women, minorities, and seniors. Interesting!

  21. Seniors favored Romney over Obama before Romney ever selected Ryan. Fact.

    Seniors favor the Ryan plan over ObamaCare. Fact.

    The “women” demographic (and why do Leftists always have to divide America into various classes?) is not nearly as strong for Obama this time around. Both Romney and Ryan eat into that demographic. Fact.

    The youth vote is sliding very noticeably away from Democrats and toward Republicans. And Ryan is very much helping that movement. Fact.

    Perry still has nothing to say about Artur Davis, former member of the Congressional Black Caucus, and the man who officially seconded Obama’s nomination in 2008, who switched to the Republican Party this year and is slated to speak at the Republican National Convention in an effort to get the man he “seconded” out of office. Fact.

  22. It’s good to see a “true” American (snicker) like Passive-Aggressive Perry believing in that American legal doctrine of innocent until PROVEN guilty.

    No wonder he’s such a lover of taxes. The IRS turns that premise on its head in tax cases.

  23. WW:
    2. Romney a felon, well we don’t know. Is it possible that this is one reason he will not reveal his taxes, as not doing so raises all sorts of suspicions, many of which may be unfounded. He is going to have to reveal his taxes, because this issue is not going to go away. Is it possible that revealing his taxes will raise more profound anti-Romney issues. I wonder.

    3. On being a tax cheat, well maybe Harry Reid really does know, but the rest of us do not. Romney can clear the air by releasing his tax returns. This issue could become the main issue which defeats the Romney/Ryan ticket; but there are many other issues damaging to them as well, as we will be discussing on here up to election day at least.

    Don’t you believe if this were true, B Hussein O would have had the IRS check this and it would be advertised all over the place. That’s one document BO would not hide unlike papers he’s hiding.

  24. I honestly don’t know why Romney says something like “I’ll release more tax information when the president releases his college records, health records, and state senate records.”

  25. John, you are entitled to your unsubstantiated opinions. We’ll see the outcome on election day, when the rubber meets the road.

    Regarding Artur Davis, hey, that’s his decision. He may be discouraged after having lost the Dem primary for Governor of Alabama in 2010, following a noteworthy reputation as a rising star in the House. Considering AL is a red state, his political rise might now be better served as a Republican, having made a pragmatic calculation.

    Although you might think this significant, I don’t! I’d say it is a meaningless anecdote which the Repubs wish to try to exploit. I don’t blame them!

  26. “Don’t you believe if this were true, B Hussein O would have had the IRS check this and it would be advertised all over the place. That’s one document BO would not hide unlike papers he’s hiding.”

    No, President Obama would not do that because it is illegal. Nixon did do that, and it caused him much political trouble. Please do not extend Republican morality to President Obama, like Rush does all the time.

  27. President Obama would not do that because it is illegal.

    ROTFLMAO!!! Says the “man” who was at CSPT daily bitching about Bush and torture, yet is 100% mum on Dictator Obama launching drone after drone against suspected terrorists, killing numerous civilians in the process. Yes, indiscriminate killing is “better” than enhanced interrogation methods under controlled conditions and applied only to select high-end terrorists which gather vital information. Y’know, information which led to the killing of bin Laden for whom Dictator Obama takes all the credit.

  28. Wagonwheel says:
    August 18, 2012 at 11:45

    “Don’t you believe if this were true, B Hussein O would have had the IRS check this and it would be advertised all over the place. That’s one document BO would not hide unlike papers he’s hiding.”

    No, President Obama would not do that because it is illegal. Nixon did do that, and it caused him much political trouble. Please do not extend Republican morality to President Obama, like Rush does all the time.

    And changing the laws passed by Congress and enacted per the Constitution by Fiat are not? When has something illegal stopped B Hussein O?

  29. “I honestly don’t know why Romney says something like “I’ll release more tax information when the president releases his college records, health records, and state senate records.””

    It is a political tradition for a Presidential Candidate to release tax returns and health records. State Senate records are in the public record. For an established and successful politician, college records become less important. Although you do not agree with his politics, I don’t think there should be any doubt that President Obama is very bright and articulate.

  30. “nd changing the laws passed by Congress and enacted per the Constitution by Fiat are not? When has something illegal stopped B Hussein O?”

    What are you talking about, Yorkshire?

  31. Although you do not agree with his politics, I don’t think there should be any doubt that President Obama is very bright and articulate.

    And what precisely should lead one to that conclusion? What in his track record — political, since we know squat about his college years — proves that, PAP?

  32. Wagonwheel says:
    August 18, 2012 at 11:54

    “nd changing the laws passed by Congress and enacted per the Constitution by Fiat are not? When has something illegal stopped B Hussein O?”

    What are you talking about, Yorkshire?

    How about changing the immigration law recently to create a backdoor amnesty, and how about the work-welfare law so proudly passed by Bubba to start naming a few.

  33. Wagonwheel says:
    August 18, 2012 at 11:54

    “nd changing the laws passed by Congress and enacted per the Constitution by Fiat are not? When has something illegal stopped B Hussein O?”

    What are you talking about, Yorkshire?

    Maybe if you stopped watching PMSNBC for all you news, and not read the daily DNC Talking Points Memo you may find out what is going on in the real world

  34. He is going to have to reveal his taxes, because this issue is not going to go away.

    It has already gone away since Romney has made it clear he’s not releasing any more tax records. He sees no need to give in to left wing bullying and intimidation.

  35. 3. On being a tax cheat, well maybe Harry Reid really does know, but the rest of us do not. Romney can clear the air by releasing his tax returns.

    Romney doesn’t owe that lying scumbag Harry Reid the time of day, let alone any more tax returns. The Romney/Ryan campaign is right, the voters want to hear about issiues, like the economy and jobs, not manufactured distractions.

  36. 5. Torturing his dog: Well this is true, isn’t it?

    It’s another left wing lie. Anyone who’s seen a dog in a car knows dogs like to stick their heads out the window. They like the breeze, which is all the Romneys were doing with their dog on a roof carrier.

  37. Wagonwheel says:
    August 18, 2012 at 11:40

    John, you are entitled to your unsubstantiated opinions. We’ll see the outcome on election day, when the rubber meets the road.

    They are neither unsubstantiated, nor opinions, you dolt. The proof is in the polling.

    Regarding Artur Davis, hey, that’s his decision. He may be discouraged after having lost the Dem primary for Governor of Alabama in 2010, following a noteworthy reputation as a rising star in the House. Considering AL is a red state, his political rise might now be better served as a Republican, having made a pragmatic calculation.

    Shows how much you know (which is next to nothing). Artur Davis is no longer an Alabama resident. He moved to Northern Virginia. He is also not currently running for any political office at all. And he switched to Republican this year, not last year, so any hopes for political benefit for himself for this election cycle would not have been met this year. And, just like Ronald Reagan said in the 1970s, Rick Perry said in the 1990s (you wouldn’t consider them “pragmatic political calculators”, would you? What a maroon.), myriad Democrat politicians said after the 1994 Republican wave, myriad other Democrats said after the TEA Party wave of 2010, Artur Davis declared he didn’t leave the Democrat Party; the Democrat Party left him. It has become too radical Left-Wing, too anti-people, too anti-freedom for a great many former Democrats — in politics and in real life (and the two are mutually exclusive).

    Although you might think this significant, I don’t! I’d say it is a meaningless anecdote which the Repubs wish to try to exploit. I don’t blame them!

    All points of evidence you don’t like, you always hand-wave away as “anecdotal”. You obviously have no understanding of the term, nor do you have a desire for honest, factual debate.

  38. Wagonwheel says:
    August 17, 2012 at 14:14

    “Then why is he so divisive? The Left Wing Hate Machine has accused Romney of:

    5. Torturing his dog.

    Romney was nice enough to shield the dog from direct wind. On the other hand, B Hussein O ate his dog.

  39. “How about this? The lead plaintiff against the PA voter ID law has gotten an ID.”

    Yeah, right, a 93 year old just “hopped on the bus” and got her ID! And you believe this, koolo? Looks like made up stuff to me!

  40. Wagonwheel says:
    August 19, 2012 at 10:51

    “How about this? The lead plaintiff against the PA voter ID law has gotten an ID.”

    Yeah, right, a 93 year old just “hopped on the bus” and got her ID! And you believe this, koolo? Looks like made up stuff to me!

    Well, it’s TRUE.

  41. Yeah, right, a 93 year old just “hopped on the bus” and got her ID! And you believe this, koolo? Looks like made up stuff to me!

    Well, if you don’t believe the first link moonbat, maybe the liberal Seattle Times will suffice.

    Poor Passive-Aggressive Perry — it really grates him when all his dogmatic notions are torn asunder …

    (Corrected the tag on this one; feel free to delete the previous comment whoever.)(Done did Ys)

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