He sounds terrible when he talks. No matter what he says, that's going to undermine him, because it's a shallow world.
(Same reason, as revealed this week, that Osborne had to go for Thatcheresque speech training).
Not much choice for the party members - do you want the android that makes a not very convincing attempt at being human, or the teenager with a cob on about not being allowed to stay out late.
The coalition will be doing things (necessary or not, depending on your politics) that would make them a sitting duck for a capable leader of the opposition. Labour will live to regret not taking better advantage of the opportunity.
He's passing the ball like Idi Amin.