One of the biggest lies being told in the current US political campaign - at least that I've heard - is the McCain campaign attempting to assert that Obama would raise taxes and they would not; usually this is phrased as 'raising taxes on the middle class' which is where most people see themselves.
The graphic below is the most accurate representation I've seen of the *actual* impact of the stated tax plans for the two contenders (McCain and Obama). Net: if this is the basis on which you wish to vote, than unless you make more than $160K/year - and even if you do, assuming that you care about any form of social justice or income redistribution - you should be giving Obama your vote.
Yes, those making more than $600K/year should vote McCain. I expect that this is a group that Obama is willing to lose the votes of (even if not their contributions - which in and of itself might be a point to consider: who's catering to the big donors?).
Hat-tip to ChartJunk for the work in putting this together; thanks.