Why Cornhuskers can tell the Jersey Shore cast to fuhgetaboutit.
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “According to the Mercatus Center at george Mason University, the State’s fiscal health can be broken down by per capita debt and per capita cost. This means we can see what you owe Tony & Paulie today and what “respect” you’ll owe them in the future. Nebraska folks owe almost nothing, live in God’s country and have all the corn they could ever eat. New Jersey’s costs are 300 times what Nebraskans owe for their government.
We just need to make sure that when the Jersey Shore comes with brass knuckles looking for their bailout we’re ready to tell them ‘…ehhh, fugetaboutit’ ““ Check out today’s Clip Of The Day for the rest…
“Nebraska is constitutionally prohibited from incurring debt. As such, the long-term liabilities reflected in Nebraska’s long-run solvency score are mainly due to claims payable for worker’s compensation, Medicaid claims, and other employee-related items. With no significant bond debt, Nebraska has a much lower long-term liability per capita and a much lower long-term liability ratio than most other states.”