Patterson complains at length about how the charge of anti-Semitism is thrown around just too much, and she is just one of the many innocent victims attacked by overly sensitive Jews. She also talks about a lot of irrelevant things, such as Israel's actions in Gaza, the construction of the Museum of Tolerance, and Simon Wiesenthal's biography. She talks about what kind of people wrote to her, including some Jews (!) so what she wrote can't be anti-Semitic.
But Patterson leaves out one very small detail: what she actually wrote. And, courtesy of the Vicious Babuska, I will provide for you what Christine Patterson wrote:
"I would like to teach some of my neighbors some manners…I don’t care if they wear frock coats and funny suits and hats covered in plastic bags and insist on wearing their hair in ringlets (if they’re male) or covered up by wigs (if they’re female), but I do think they could treat their neighbors with a bit more courtesy and respect. I didn’t realize that goyim were about as welcome in the Hasidic Jewish shops as Martin Luther King, Jr. at a Ku Klux Klan convention. I didn’t realize that a purchase by a goy was a crime to be punished with monosyllabic terseness or that bus seats were a potential source of contamination or that road signs and parking restrictions were for people who hadn’t been chosen by G-d." [emphasis added]I think it should be obvious to anyone that this comment is racist against Jews, a.k.a. anti-Semitic. She compares Hasidic Jews to the Ku Klux Klan, the white supremacist group. Calling a group of people all racists is itself racist, and that's exactly what Patterson did here.
So go crash Christine Patterson's pity party. She'll get a lot of sympathy from her fellow traveler anti-Zionists, but there can be no doubt her comment deserves to be on the Wiesenthal Center's list. I think at some level she knows it too, or else she would have reproduced it in her column herself.