Crowding out can only occur as the interest rate on government debt diverges from the interest rate on corporate debt. Given 8.1% unemployment, debt spreads on equal grade securities being minuscule (if not negative), there is nothing you can provide that makes the case for such a notion.
Come on now.... If you can relate this statement above to this thread, then by all means. I however believe you are offering this tangent as a means of hiding from the discussion at hand.What the state models indicate is that government, in this case comparing apples to apples with different states, can create both a fiscally successful environment, and a fiscally destructive environment. For those that want to know, info so as to compare is easily available.