Government Electric to Buy Thousands of Government Motors Volts

I am all for alternative fuels. I like wind. I love solar. I am for electric cars. But I am deeply against the subsidization of these things.

The Chevy Volt is the embodiment of heavy-handed government. Between the $7500 tax credit one receives upon the purchase of the car and the additional $250,000 of hidden subsidies in each new Volt, I have come to loathe the vehicles.

Now comes word that GE will purchase 12,000 hybrid vehicles for its fleet of which the Volt will be a key part. Assuming that half of the new vehicles bought by GE are Volts and considering that Chevy sold all of 6500 Volts in all of 2011, that’s quite a nice bump for Government Motors.

I am sure the decision has nothing at all to do with GE’s CEO Jeffery Imelt and his very cozy relationship with the Obama administration.

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Nick Sorrentino

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Nick Sorrentino is the co-founder and editor of A political and communications consultant whose clients have spanned the political spectrum, his work has been featured at Chief Executive,, Townhall, The Daily Caller, and many other publications. He has spoken at CPAC, The Commit Forum, The Atlas Summit, The US Chamber of Commerce, The National Press Club, and at other venues. Sorrentino is the CEO of Exelorix Consultants and a senior fellow at Future 500. A graduate of Mary Washington College he lives just outside of Washington DC where he can keep an eye on Leviathan.