What exactly did General McChrystal say or do that resulted in his resignation or being relieved of command? I understand the standards or conduct and the reasons for them - that's not the point of this question. I know the President is the "boss" - that's also not the point of the question. I know there are differences of opinion on the conduct of the war - that's not the question either. I know the President really didn't have to have a reason to replace the General - it's his choice and so that in itself isn't the question. What I don't think has been made very clear in the news yet - it rarely is - are the specifics of this case that would be good for us to understand. The question is specifically where and how did the General cross the line?