I'm not impressed by the Turnbull performance in Parliament yesterday: I didn't care for the theatrical personal attacks by Keating; I don't care for them in politics generally. Attack ideas passionately, not personalities. And, to my mind, seeing backbenchers getting thrilled by vitriol makes them look childish more than anything else.
I'm persuaded by Peter Martin's take on Turnbull - instead of pulling the Right into line in his party, he's trying to placate them. I don't think it's going to end well.
I don't care for Shorten as a performance politician much either, but I think Labor remains sounder policy wise, for the moment.