While Libyan rebels can't seem to hold any ground in a protracted fight with forces loyal to Muammar Qaddafi, the Brother Leader's slimy son Seif al-Islam has come up with an ingenious proposal: to put himself in charge of a "transition to constitutional democracy," according to the Times, speaking with diplomats in the know. That's pretty rich coming from a guy who last month said of the rebellion, "We will not be tolerant. We will fight to the end," and blamed terrorists for the unrest as opposed to his family's four decades of repression. But hey, he's gotta try something, right? And we're sure he'd be willing to relinquish whatever power he gives himself once that "transition" happens, too.
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