Byron York thinks McChrystal's real offense has to do with policy for soldiers who have boots-on-the-ground:
... the bigger problem with McChrystal’s leadership has always been the general’s devotion to unreasonably restrictive rules of engagement that are resulting in the unnecessary deaths of American and coalition forces. We have had many, many accounts of the rules endangering Americans ...Mr. York then relays an example to back up his opinion. He then shares a conversation with a military man who said McChrystal was an accident waiting to happen.
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