A friend on Hillary’s email list just sent me this. Subject line “The Pattern”

Dear XXXX,

Have you noticed the pattern?

Every time our campaign demonstrates its strength and resilience, people start to suggest we should end our pursuit of the Democratic nomination.

Those anxious to force us to the sidelines aren’t doing it because they think we’re going to lose the upcoming primaries. The fact is, they’re reading the same polls we are, and they know we are in a position to win.

In three days, we’re facing a critical March filing deadline — another chance to show the strength of our campaign. Let’s take these three days to make something absolutely clear: we aren’t going to simply step aside. You and I are going to keep fighting for what we believe in, and together, we’re going to win.

Anything you can give now will make a difference. Even a contribution as little as $5 will have an impact.

Contribute $5 today to help us raise $3 million by the March filing deadline at midnight Monday.

Every time we are challenged to prove the strength and durability of our appeal to voters, we meet our goals. We did it in New Hampshire, we did it on February 5, and we did it again this month in Texas and Ohio.

With the March filing deadline, we have the chance to show our strength again. This is a crucial test as we approach the next big primary in Pennsylvania and the contests that follow.

Millions of voters are still waiting to have their say. Let’s make sure they have a chance to be heard.

Contribute $5 today to help us raise $3 million by the March filing deadline at midnight Monday.

At times like this, with everything on the line, it means so much to me to know that I can rely on you to meet the challenges we face head-on.

Thank you for everything,

Her Kool-Aid must contain some crazy crack-meth hybrid. There are many patterns emerging in this campaign.

There’s the pattern of her continually demanding millions of voters have their voices heard, after which she dismisses their votes because their states don’t matter or because caucuses don’t matter.

There is the pattern of her attempting to claim victory in states that really didn’t count: MI and FL

There’s the pattern of attempting to not only defeat her opponent but destroy him, by playing into people’s fears about his race, his faith, his patriotism and his fitness to be commander in chief

There’s the pattern of her lying in order the burnish her not-so-hot years of experience, whether by lying about her position on NAFTA or about her foreign policy experience (INCOMING!)

There is certainly no pattern of “strength and resilience” from her campaign, much less people asking her to drop out because it it.

People are talking about the need for her to step aside (add Sen. Patrick Leahy to the list), not because her campaign is demonstrating “strength and resilience” but because she a) has no change of winning except by rejection of the pledged delegate and popular vote counts and b) is undermining the entire Democratic party with her increasingly-unbearably suicidal campaign.

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