Her voice is shaking, her face is screwed up and she is struggling to maintain her composure. I saw quite a bit of emotion there, I'm at a loss as to what you want from her. Do Abbott or Hockey cry more convincingly for you? Why does your perception of her emotions even come in to it? This is one thing discussed in the media in an unprecedented sexist campaign- Gillard's emotions are in question because she is a woman and therefore expected to be "soft" and "emotional" and our society- as evidenced by said media, by comments like yours and those of thousands of others- is just not comfortable with strong women. She can't win- she is tough and unemotional, it is criticised (though I've yet to hear of a male polly criticised for this). She lets her guard down, shows her emotions- still not good enough; her face is "strange", her tears not good enough- again, I've yet to hear of a male polly criticised for these things.
You don't have to like JG. What p!sses me off though is that people don't like her based on her femininity- whether it's intentional or not. Your main criticism of her has been that her physical appearance does not, in your view, allow her emotions to show, and when they do, it's still not showing enough for you. Whereas you say TA says stupid things- something that is much more relevant to his position. The main discussion here about TA has been about things he has said in his role as a politician, minister and leader of the opposition. The main criticism I see of JG (in general, not just here) is that she has red hair, that her emotion is questionable and other things to do with her femininity. Her policy and actions seem secondary. And that isn't right.