Its alleged structure -- promising no tax increases to married people making less than $250k per year and single people making less than $200k per year -- means that a single woman making just slightly less than $200k per year won't experience a tax increase. But if that same woman marries (and is the second income in her household), she'll fork over 54% of what she makes to the government.
So which is it: Is Barack trying to discourage married women from working -- a policy that would entail screams of outrage if conservatives advocated it -- or is he trying to discourage women from marrying at all (thereby increasing the incidence of single motherhood)?
Wonder how the PUMA's feel about this one . . .