This seems to be the least harsh and sums up the man's shortcomings, all of which appear to be style-related:
He looked young and amateurish. His delivery was unprofessional: He spoke entirely too rapidly, something a speech coach would work on in the first lesson. His tone and mannerisms were less presidential than they were something you'd see in an infomercial, and he seemed to be talking down to the viewing public.
So if you could meld Jindal's mind into Sarah Palin's body, you think maybe the GOP would have something?
Nah, me neither.