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When politicians say bad words

Watch CNN's Carroll Costello report politicians often get caught using bad words.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- It's a heated debate over a Senate immigration bill that few seem to like.

House Minority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, even told a group of Republican activists at a private gathering the "Immigration Bill" was a "piece of [expletive]," CNN's Carroll Costello reports.

But it isn't the first time a politician has let emotions take over
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