ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Sarah Palin says she's not a quitter,
she's a fighter, but adds that, politically speaking, "if I die, I
die. So be it."
The Alaska governor spoke in taped interviews on ABC, NBC and
CNN on Tuesday morning.
She tells CNN that "all options are on the table" for her
But she tells ABC's "Good Morning America" that she recognizes
she might not have political staying power, saying "politically
speaking, if I die, I die."
Speaking in fishing waders from the town of Dillingham, she says
her resignation on Friday was a matter of progressing in an
unconventional way because that's how Alaskans are.
Palin says she doesn't think she needs a title to affect
"positive change," but also says she can't see herself being
totally out of public service.