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How Much Does the U.S. Government Subsidize Electricity Generating Technologies? http://disq.us/t/2np316k
I am sorry, your methodology is just plain wrong.
The majority of US military spending serves to defend easy and inexpensive access to fossil fuel supplies, or to defend the country and our allies against attacks funded by oil revenues. This subsidy is orders of magnitude larger than the ones you did account for.
The subsidy implicit in the environmental and health costs of fossil fuels is even larger. You haven't accounted for those either. Your comparison is not in sense useful as a policy guide.