>Umm, excuse you, friend, but >the U.S. warmly supported >Hitler until 1935 and impl- >emented quotas to reduce >Jewish immigration during >the war.
I think it's important to note that Hitler took power in 1933, and it wasn't until 1935, the year that you refer to, that Hitler began his evil run. So any ideas that you have about America supporting Hitler during the holocaust, or even during his violations of human rights are wrong.
The Nuremberg Laws were enacted in 1935. That was the start of everything.
As far as the jews and the quotas, I know you aren't trying to put America's stance on immigration back then on equals with Hitlers views on the Jewish during his reign. The Quota Act wasn't a restiction on Jewish immigration alone, it was a resrtiction on immigration as a whole. Jews were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. In retrospect, we should have revoked the act right when got word of the death camps. However, we were going through the depression, and while I don't agree with the decision, I understand it.