Gen. Stanley McChrystal, America's top commander in Afghanistan, and his staff, made comments in a Rolling Stone article that will be in Friday's edition. The comments mock top civilian officials, including President Obama Vice President Joe Biden. McChrystal is supposed to meet with the president and White House officials tomorrow (Wednesday, 23 June) to discuss his disparaging remarks. He also has apologized for the remarks. Now, while some may disagree, there's really no acceptable explanation for the general's public remarks that disparage his commander. Officers of the United States military are not allowed to publicly disparage the President. Period. So, the issue really is whether McChrystal should be fired or whether he should be retained. McChrystal is important to the war in Afghanistan, but...he can be replaced. So, what think you?