In some ways, Keith's latest best-of collection, Greatest Hits 2, is a parade of wrongness, including "Stays in Mexico," a smash hit that celebrates rather than castigates infidelity, and the one-two punch of "How Do You Like Me Now!" and "I Wanna Talk About Me," in which he comes across as the most egocentric jerk this side of Donald Trump. But when Keith's bad, he's better. Indeed, the album's sweetest moment, a duet pairing him with his teenage daughter, Krystal, on the James Taylor-Carly Simon pukefest "Mockingbird," is far and away its worst. On CD and in concert, Keith's cocksure swagger turns the choicest of his tunes into guilty pleasures even lefties can love.