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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: It was all a bit surreal, Alaska's feisty governor in a white T-shirt and overall waders in what may end up being her last photo-op in office.
PALIN: Everything changed on August 29 in politics in Alaska. That's date that I was tapped to run for vice president of the United States.
Everything changed August 29 in Alaska, the date that I was tapped to run for V.P. That was obvious.
Since I was tapped to run for V.P. When that opposition research just -- those researchers bombarded Alaska and starting digging for dirt and have not let up. They're not going to find any dirt. We keep proving that.
GRIFFIN: Is this your unconventional way of announcing you are going to run for president in 2012?
PALIN: As I said, I do not need a title. I have -- nobody does to effect positive change.
GRIFFIN: Are you out of politics, political office?
PALIN: I can't see me being totally out of public service, because that is within me. It is the way that I am wired, is to desire to help.
GRIFFIN: Governor, I'm asking you, are you ever going to run for president? Are you ruling it out?
PALIN: I -- all options are going to keep on -- continuing to be on the table.
I don't know what the future holds. Can't predict what the next fish run is going to look like, much less what's going to happen in a couple of years.
Don't know what the future holds. I'm not going to shut any door that -- who knows what door is open? Can't predict what the next fish run is going to look like down on the Nushagak, so I certainly can't predict what's going to happen in a couple of years.
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