http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/05/business/05tax.html?hp Rich people and corporations stuff money in overseas accounts to avoid paying taxes on it. By limiting this practice we could raise $210 billion in revenues over 10 years. So, that means over the last 10 years the American people have lost ~$210 billion in revenues thanks to rich people dodging their taxes, and forcing us to borrow money from overseas and run budget deficits. So why is it that the anti-stimulus people never bring this up when we talk about borrowing? We shouldn't have to borrow so much as it is, and there are solutions for that.