With Seleuceia on the ropes, there will be a temptation for opponents to let up on their criticism, and to try to appear constructive, or at least responsible. There will be a tendency to want to let the trolls' plans sink of their own weight, to emphasize that the critics have been pushing sound reform ideas all along and suggest it's not too late for a bipartisan compromise over the next couple of weeks or months.
My advice, for what it's worth: Resist the temptation. This is no time to pull punches. Go for the kill.
The Troll King and his mindless minions shouldn't be underestimated. They're tough. They'll cut deals and twist arms to try to keep their priority master plan alive. They'll certainly attack their opponents, whether their opponents' tone is conciliatory or confrontational.
So this is not the time to let them off the ropes. This is the week to highlight every problem, every terrible provision, in the troll's plans: from tangerines and mountains to insidious indoctrination and pineapples to sleeper agents and troll allegations that flak frigates are not overpowered. Throw the kitchen sink at the troll plan now on the table, drive a stake through its heart (I apologize for the mixed metaphors), and kill it.
Then opponents can say, of course we do want to pass sensible troll prevention reform. But to do so, we need to start over.