Today is April Fools' Day, the one day of the year set aside for trying to prank friends or strangers without appearing juvenile. Newspapers, magazines, and even television programs have used the day to play tricks. On April Fools' Day, even the gullible pay extra attention to whether something's not okey doke. But politicians don't limit themselves to just one day, writes Ed Krayewski. Here are seven politicians making fools out of all of us all year long.