Since 2000 36 pro sports teams have built or renovated their stadium with financing in the form of tax free municipal bonds. Because these bonds were tax free the national debt has risen by 3.7 billion dollars. We should not march down the road to fiscal insolvency so a billionaire in a highly profitable business can get a publicly financed stadium. There are vehicles that cities, counties and states can use to finance these stadiums that don't raise the national debt. We as a nation need to be careful not only what we spend on, but on how our tax code is used.