President Obama and Congressional Democrats are fast-tracking their efforts to repeal the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy for enforcing the ban on homosexuals serving in the U.S. military. Why is this happening so quickly just weeks after the Pentagon promised a lengthy review? What would be the impact of openly gay service members on recruiting, retention and performance? And are there enough votes to change the current laws? We ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis, who worked as an adviser to a key member of the 1993 commission that adopted Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.