A lack of time and nothing more to add lead me to give you this one whole cloth, by dnA over at his excellent blog, Too Sense.
Anger over anti-Semitism on the American Right, when coming from the Goyim, has only to do with the fact that the vast majority of American Jews are white. It's what causes folks on the Right to sputter over Farrakhan's anti-Semitism while ignoring that of their most prominent Christianist leaders.
McCain for his part, has more than his share of avowed anti-Semites on his campaign, as opposed to critics of Israel, which is what the Right is usually referring to when they speak of "anti-Semites" on the Left.
This is not to say that there are no anti-Semites on the Left. On September 11th, a white girl told me that 9/11 was my fault because I had "killed innocent Palestinian children." I'm saying that these people do not comprise a significant part of the establishment on the Left, while the theo-cons who have endorsed McCain are mainstream enough for him to trumpet their approval without fanfare. Via Matthew Yglesias, McCain supporter Pastor John Hagee:
It was the disobedience and rebellion of the Jews, God's chosen people, to their covenantal responsibility to serve only the one true God, Jehovah, that gave rise to the opposition and persecution that they experienced beginning in Canaan and continuing to this very day.
Simply put, the death of six million Jews in the Shoah was our fault for not accepting Jesus.
Nothing Farrakhan has said or done is more vile than this. Yet McCain appears with Hagee on the campaign trail, while Barack Obama has to denounce Farrakhan repeatedly despite a complete lack of an association beyond race.
Gentiles on the Right don't care about anti-Semitism. They just want to hate without being hated back.
Support for Israel based on a desire to facilitate Armageddon is not "support". If Jewish "leaders" weren't as out of touch with the views of the community they supposedly represent as today's black leaders (leading blacks), they would not embrace this man.