From the Washington Post:
In a speech Monday to the General Assembly's money committees, Kaine again offered a laundry list of transportation projects that need more money, including improvements to Interstate 66, the Capital Beltway, Metro and Virginia Railway Express. But he conceded that the public strongly opposes the tax increases he proposed earlier.
"They are aware that solutions will cost money," Kaine said, citing recent polls of the public. "But they don't want to pay more taxes."
That grinding sound you hear is the Post editorialists gnashing their teeth.