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Signs of Discord at the Schwarzeneggers' House?

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Signs of Discord at the Schwarzeneggers' House?

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Signs of Discord at the Schwarzeneggers' House?

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California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger tells The Sacramento Bee that there are no big election-year fights at his house. But there is some eye-rolling. The governor's wife, Maria Shriver, put up a sign supporting Sen. Barack Obama in front of their Los Angeles home. "Get me a McCain sign," the governor told his guys. Now, he says, "we have both."

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. There are no drop-down, drag-out fights in the household of California's governor, although Arnold Schwarzenegger did tell The Sacramento Bee that there's a lot of eye-rolling. That's because his wife, Maria Shriver, a Kennedy Democrat, put up a sign supporting Barack Obama right there on the front lawn. Naturally, the Republican governor had to get tough. Get me a McCain sign, he told his guys. And now, he says, we have both. It's MORNING EDITION.

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