Here's the summary conclusion from that neutral public-interest site:
A new e-mail being circulated about Obama's tax proposals is almost entirely false.It's pretty important to smack these falsehoods down as soon as they crop up, just remember that accurate information on the Internet should be - and will be - sourced to original documents. If it's not, it's someone's assertion, not a fact.
Alert readers may already have noted that this chain e-mail does not provide links to any of Obama's actual proposals or cite any sources for the claims it makes. That is because they are made up.This widely distributed message is so full of misinformation that we find it impossible to believe that it is the result of simple ignorance or carelessness on the part of the writer. Almost nothing it says about Obama's tax proposals is true. We conclude that this deception is deliberate. - FactCheck.org
(With a tip-o-the-hat to RK.)