There's just little to no difference between the various Israeli political parties. Most Israeli politicians are 1. zionist, 2. zionist and 3. perhaps left/right winger. The problem is not the right wing, the problem is zionism. Seen from that perspective: 90% of the Israelis are considered to be zionists and therefore to be against genuine peace with the Palestinians. And regarding Kadima: yes you are right. They are right wing in disguise. Or did anyone actually think that Ariel Sharon had become a saint... when he was among the founders of Kadima?
Five people hurt in fire at Germany refugee station (Reuters)
from the article: Goldstone reminded us of the real face of Kadima