During the trench warfare days of World War I, many weary Europeans came to believe that the horrific conflict would never actually end. Thankfully, we're largely insulated from the contemporary wars of the world here in America and have the time and luxury to groan about political campaigns lasting longer than we expected. Which is nice because this Democratic primary is probably not going to be over for a while. Hillary Clinton's back, again, with victories in Texas and Ohio despite being outspent by Barack Obama in both states. This means the new D-Day (or for Matt Drudge devotees, C-Day) in the press narrative is April 22, when Pennsylvania holds their primary. Prepare yourself for weeks of mudslinging (specifically, more Clinton ploys to rattle Obama, 'cause they seem to be working), with TV pundits huffing their disdain for all the nastiness while secretly loving every second of it.