You may have just described our current PM.
He's way too oldAge has nothing to do with it - it's the deranged nature of someone who can't even read a teleprompter that worries me:
Worst Joe Biden gaffes of all time.
He's also demonstrated in the past that he's insensitive, arrogant and doesn't like answering questions he considers intrusive. All round not a nice guy.
I often wonder how a Shorten government would have handled the Wu Flu situation - my guess is they would have spent a LOT more money. Albo was recently saying that JobKeeper should be extended indefinitely - that's just plain stupid. We're ten months into this thing, if you still don't have a job to go back to then you don't actually have a job any longer, full-stop. We've got a recession waiting on the other side of this thing, we can't paper over it with borrowed money indefinitely.
Anyway, I think we're better off with ScoMo in the current environment, Labor have a lot of internal divisions that ScoMo could be wedging as Howard was fond of doing to them but the LNP won't let him off the leash to decide too much. He's not stupid, ScoMo - say what you like about him but he managed to position himself correctly as the only acceptable candidate for both the wets and drys to vote for in 2018.
If the LNP want to keep winning they need to wedge Labor on their radical green agenda - it will win them at least two more elections if they can successfully split the Labor Party into the inner city latte sippers and the actual working class (what remains of them anyway) who aren't necessarily aligned with the latte sippers on many issues. The Labor Party has a profound identity crisis at the moment, all they seem to do is go into bat for anyone but their actual constituency - the LNP won a lot of traditional Labor heartland in 2019 - they could take it even further if they unconditionally repudiated the radical green agenda.