Barry Bonds is a convicted felon who reigns, now and forever, as baseball's premier pharmaceutical freak.That's my view.But it's not everyone's view of the man. Some still see him as a baseball hero. They see his 762 home runs and seven MVP awards, which causes their vision to grow blurry when it comes time to honestly examine his baseball sins.Don't get me wrong. Bonds is hardly the lone villain in our long national nightmare. Mark McGwire and Roger Clemens and Manny Ramirez and a few dozen others joined him in the crusade to turn a precious game, which doubles as America's Pastime, into a chaotic circus.This was no solo act. Bonds led a parade that threatened to forever ruin baseball.