Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank on Wednesday said he was putting opponents of gay rights on notice.

America's longest-serving openly gay representative laid out the “gay agenda” to opponents shortly after President Barack Obama signed a landmark bill that repeals a ban on gay and bisexual troops serving openly in the military.

The “gay agenda,” Frank said during a press conference, is “to be protected against violent crimes driven by bigotry, it's to be able to get married, it's to be able to get a job, and it's to be able to fight for our country.”

Frank was referring to top legislative priorities of gay rights activists, which include repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and “Don't Ask, Don't Tell,” passage of a gay-inclusive hate crimes law (signed into law by Obama last year) and the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). DOMA defines marriage for federal agencies as a heterosexual union. ENDA outlaws workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

“For those who are worried about the radical homosexual agenda, let me put them on notice. Two down, two to go,” he added. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)