Here's your opportunity to play interrogator as the audience members did at the Saint Louis debate. This is my question, for Kerry. Many good economists say that the Bush administration's combination of tax cuts and spending has set us up for spiralling debt and inflation in the years to come. They say that fixes short of increased revenue won't stop it. Senator, my question to you is, when you say you will not raise taxes, do you mean you expect history to kindly arrange itself so you don't have to? Or do you mean that you will refuse to raise taxes even when that is clearly required in the best interests of the country?