Congressman Barney

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  • Congressman Barney Frank, who had previously represented the district, had announced his retirement, leaving an open field for the seat.
  • He worked as assistant to Boston mayor Kevin White with future congressman Barney Frank.
  • Gay Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank told Newsom that it wasn't the right time.
  • Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank said that the decision showed that Fox "might have an agenda of its own that is anti-woman."
  • Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA), for example, described them as "not facing any kind of financial crisis."
  • He resigned as a prosecutor in early 2012 to run for the seat held by retiring Congressman Barney Frank.
  • During one widely reported public meeting, Congressman Barney Frank referred to the images as "vile, contemptible nonsense."
  • This met with opposition from many people of Portuguese origin in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, as well as Congressman Barney Frank.
  • Long-serving incumbent Democratic Congressman Barney Frank, first elected in 1980, was one of the first openly gay prominent politicians in American history.
  • Gay Congressman Barney Frank was called "homo" and a "faggot several times."
  • Congressman Barney Frank, a Democrat, has represented this strongly liberal district, which extends from Quincy to the South Coast, since he was initially elected in 1980.
  • On December 7, Sestak was endorsed by Congressman Barney Frank, who said that he was impressed by Sestak's leadership on economic and military issues, as well as his positions against the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy and the Defense of Marriage Act.
  • The memo compared Foley's voting record with that of openly gay Congressman Barney Frank, with a subtle implication that Foley was himself gay.
  • When openly gay congressman Barney Frank was asked whether Dreier was passed over for the position because of his "moderate" views, told a crowd of reporters "Yes, in the sense that I marched in the 'moderate' pride parade last summer and went to a 'moderate' bar."
  • Poker player and then-current U.S. Congressman Barney Frank, in an interview with The Hill, lamented that the Justice Department is more focused on prosecuting online poker sites than those responsible for the mortgage crisis and financial meltdown.
  • Gillmor joined with Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank to propose the Industrial Bank Holding Company Act of 2006, which was designed to prevent retailers such as Wal-Mart and Home Depot from operating banks to process their credit card transactions.
  • A parody of the animated television series Scooby-Doo is then shown, including McCain and Limbaugh capturing United States Congressman Barney Frank from Massachusetts, disguised as a mummy.