— From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
Most who serve are conservatives, Hunter said. And it would be against their principles to serve with openly gay soldiers. He cited "unit cohesion."
Huckabee: It's about "unit cohesion."
Romney: It's not the right time for Don't Ask, Don't Tell to be repealed. Cooper asked if Romney still believed that he'd look forward to the day when gays could serve openly. He didn't answer directly, instead saying that he'd listen to what military officials would recommend. But does Romney want people to be questioning what he really believes?