I'm not sure why some of these answers are considered anti-Semitic. For example, the question of whether Jews have "too much power in the US" deals more with the power of the Jewish/pro-Israeli lobby than it does with Judaism (granted, the ADL would like to protect its position as part of that lobby by branding any criticism anti-Semitic). Not to mention that, according to the Bible---if you take that to be true---Jews were quite directly responsible for the death of Jesus, another Jew. Now, that's not a reason to hate every person following Judaism, or every person who considers himself ethnically Jewish; it's just a "fact" from 2000 years ago. There is nothing about a statement that is inherently hateful; it's the sentiment that is important.
Labor court orders Jerusalem light rail operators to return to work (Haaretz)
from the article: ADL survey: 15% of Americans 'unquestionably anti-Semitic'