If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand.
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Lol, I like that one. That one is funny.
By far though, the LEDs are the most environmentally friendly. Neither CFL or incandescents are all that environmentally friendly. CFLs contain mercury of course, but incandescents use more power and produce more waste.
Certainly though, the cost of LEDs will come down very soon. When they do, they will become my bulb of choice.
Oh, BoTox, I think I get what you are saying now. I think you were referring to tax deductions, such as deducting your property tax from your income tax. I thought you were referring to some tax subsidy or tax credit, such as having multiple houses or places of living (yeah, that exists). The tax deduction is different, because in this case, it is exactly as you said it. You did pay extra, and you are getting your money back. Deducting your property tax is not an expenditure, but the tax subsidy example I gave is an expenditure. My mistake for misunderstanding you.