What happened: George W. Bush, the Harvard Business School graduate and greatest living president of the United States, threw out the ceremonial first pitch on Friday before Game 1 of the World Series between the Texas Rangers and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
• The former president's presence in the ballpark helped propel the Rangers, a team he co-owned before serving as governor of Texas, to victory in extra innings.
Why it matters: Bush is 77 years old. That's not quite as old as Sleepy Joe Biden, but still very old. Nevertheless, he can still throw a baseball better than Barack Obama in his prime. That's profoundly embarrassing for Obama, who claims to be good at sports. (Fact check: He is not.)
• Even Dubya's mom, the late great Barbara "The Enforcer" Bush, could throw better than Obama, the worst living president. (Yes, even counting the barely alive Jimmy Carter.)
Crucial context: The Washington Free Beacon has done more than any esteemed publication on the planet to highlight Obama's startling lack of basic competency when it comes to throwing a baseball.
Bottom line: It's a miracle America survived Obama's presidency.