President Obama, Democratic leaders in Congress and even some of the top figures at the Pentagon are all pushing for a repeal of the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy banning gays in the military. But many of the military brass believe allowing gays to serve openly would be a big mistake. What is the case against gays in the military? What should we think of how lawmakers are trying to include this as part of a must-pass defense spending bill? How would members of the military react to the policy being repealed? Would it impact recruiting and retention? We ask retired U.S. Air Force Gen. Tom McInerney, who also has some choice words for Defense Secretary Bob Gates and Joint Chiefs Chairman Mike Mullen. We also get Gen. McInerney’s thoughts on the latest developments in Afghanistan.