“We had no idea this would actually happen to us,” Capt. Stephen Hill tells “The War Room” guest host John Fugelsang. Capt. Hill was met with a chorus of boos and jeers when he asked candidates at the Republican debate if they would limit the freedoms of gay and lesbian members of the armed services. Now the state of Ohio has added insult to injury by refusing Hill and his husband, Joshua Snyder, the right to combine their names. In Ohio, where gay marriage is not legal, residents can change their name for almost any reason in the book — unless they are members of a same-sex partnership. Though Hill and other gay service members won a decisive victory with the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, to Hill this latest slight demonstrates the many battles that lie ahead in order for gay Americans to be afforded the same rights as heterosexual couples.