Try to remember back to the last elections, when Kadimah won. Refer to all the media reports of the period. See if you can find Kadimah's agenda announced more than three days before the polling places were opened - when Kadimah was forced to cobble together some plan for public consumption. There was no agenda. Kadimah was a gang that essentially said, "Elect us and we'll take care of you." (And the voters bought it.) Olmert never had any agenda, except for his own political ambition. Well, now he has reached the top, he should resign. Then he may be able to win the sympathy of the UN - and maybe become a future UN Secretary-General! Maybe that's what Olmert is really aiming for....
Israeli teen lightly wounded from stone throwing in West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba (Haaretz)
from the article: A post-Zionist agenda