Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida and potential contender for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, said he wouldn't automatically reject raising taxes to solve the federal government's budget woes."I wouldn't say, 'No, heck no, and that's it,'" Bush said Sunday on CBS's Face the Nation. "What I would do is advocate policies that would create high growth because the revenue collected by government when you're growing at 3.5 percent instead of 1.5 percent is exponentially more."President Barack Obama and Republican congressional leaders are deadlocked on how to reduce the nation's deficit, with Obama and fellow Democrats demanding higher taxes on the wealthy in return for any cuts to Social Security and the Medicare and Medicaid health programs."The idea that you have to have this doctrinaire view -- you can win a debating point, but you're not necessarily going to be able to solve these pressing problems that we have," Bush said on Fox News Sunday.