CBNNews.com - Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says that she believes her life is in God's hands, and will take advantage of any opportunity he gives her if it is in the best interests of the people she would serve.
"My life is in God's hands," she told CNN's Larry King Wednesday. "If He's got doors open for me, that I believe are in our state's best interests, the nation's best interests, I'm gonna go through those doors."
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Palin spoke at a meeting with the Republican Governors Association this morning and sought to present a united front with her GOP peers. Click here to watch a portion of Palin's remarks at the Republican Governor's Association conference in MIami.
The GOP governors are strategizing about their party's future this week in Florida, but they're not just talking about the White House. Most of their focus is on winning the 36 gubernatorial races in 2010. Palin has been fast-emerging as the new face for Republican reform.
"I, like all of our governors, we're focused on the future," she said. "The future for us is not the 2012 presidential race. It's next year and our next budget, and the next reforms in our states. And in 2010 we're going to have 36 governors positions open across the U.S. That's what we're focused on."
Palin also voiced support for the President-elect Barack Obama's incoming administration, vowing that she and her peers would work together for to make things work for the country.
"We want to reach out to the new administration and offer our assistance, our support," she said.
The RGA's annual meeting comes on the heals of a tough election season in which many GOP contenders lost seats to the Democrats. Since the election, Palin has held several high-profile media interviews to confront her critics and to quell anonymous rumors that have smeared her image.