I would think that the Philadelphia Jewish Voice would be directing its vitriol at their own Senator Rick Santorum, but no, they've apparently got it in for Senator Macaca himself, George Allen. The article catalogues a number of non-macaca examples of Allen's "'Good Ol' Boy' intolerance" -- and, perhaps more significantly, cites sources.
The facts show that in the not-too-distant-past, Allen compared his opponents to Hitler and accused them of supporting Iraq in the first Gulf War. He also made fun of welfare recipients, supported Pat Robertson, white supremacist organizations, and mandatory bible study in public schools -- all the while displaying a noose in his office and a Confederate flag in his campaign ads.
Not to mention that he was allegedly mean to his sister and committed vandalism in his adolescence.
Of course, the article also notes the run-of-the-mill right wing stuff like opposing homosexuality and abortion rights. But hey, if you weren't already bothered by that, the rest of the stuff probably doesn't matter that much to you anyway.
I really want to say something positive about Jim Webb now, but right now, I think he's doing just fine running on an "I'm not George Allen" platform. But can he win? Polls are saying it's close -- significantly more so than it was before Macacagate -- which is not saying much.