There are anti-Semites out there. But I have met more people than I can count who either hate blacks, or think they are stupid and immoral. I have met a few who hold similar views of Mexicans. I think I have met two or three in my entire life who have similar views of Jews (and one of them was half-Jewish).
Where does this perception come from that American Christians are one step removed from buying Zyklon B and firing up the ovens?
UPDATE: There are a number of interesting comments on this (even more so since Instapundit linked to it), of which this is perhaps the most disturbing:
There is this datum from a poll: 'some 60 percent of religiously conservative white Protestants in the United States, polled in 1987, agreed: "The Jews can never be forgiven for what they did to Jesus until they accept him as the true savior."' Quoted in John Weiss, Ideology of Death: Why the Holocaust Happened in Germany (Ivan R. Dee Publishing, 1996).I see this and I am just amazed. I've attended religiously conservative overwhelmingly white Protestant churches since 1979. If anyone that I have ever attended church with this believed something this odd, then they had the good sense not to say it. Yet this exact question has been asked for decades, and the percentages agreeing with this statement are so high as to be unbelievable to me. Is there some secret hatred of Jews in Protestant churches that never gets expressed in my presence? I have not attended particularly liberal churches. Actually, they tended to be more fundamentalist than I could be in complete agreement with: Southern Baptist; Church of the Nazarene; and some nondenominational churches of a distinctly fundamentalist flavor.