As asked here, over the weekend, why is it "bipartisan" only to increase taxes but unacceptable even to consider other measures proven to work elsewhere? Why do liberals, who are supposed to know so much more than the rest of us and who supposedly are such great problem solvers (such as making inner city poverty worse with The Great Society which, by the way, has one of those Euro-socialist rings to it, doesn't it?), only know one solution for every problem (a reflexive, knee-jerk instinct to raise taxes and create more government)? We patiently wait for answers and examples of "crisis" problem solving in Virginia government under the last two governors which include something other than increased taxes and new government programs.