My point is, although Calvin Coolidge may have been hoodwinked into paying for Mt. Rushmore, without his help, it never gets made, which only goes to prove that no matter how lousy a leader one may be, you got to give props where props are due. So regardless of what you think of Dubya's legacy, you got to give him the following: first, he can throw strikes. He is the best ever at throwing out the first pitch. And secondly, he is his mother's son and by that, by the way, I mean no disrespect ...