Protesters in Libya have reportedly taken much of the Eastern part of the country and are closing in on the capital, Tripoli, in the West. Colonel Moammar Gadhafi's supporters have responded with heavy gunfire. But his support is cracking. Today, two army pilots let their airplane crash in the desert, parachuting to safety, rather than bomb Benghazi, Libya's second largest city, which is held by the protesters. Here now to talk about Gadhafi and how Libya got to this point is Elizabeth Dickinson, Editor of Foreign Policy Magazine. What might be next if he's forced from power?