A recent editorial in The Washington Times compared a $50 LED light bulb that recently won a $10 million government prize for being environmentally efficient and “affordable for American families” to the Chevy Volt, citing research by Assistant Fiscal Policy Director James Hohman that each vehicle sold cost taxpayers up to $250,000 in subsidies.

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