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Florida's quote of the day

| 8/2/2013

"Well, they're sweating all over the Internet."

-- John Morgan

Orlando trial lawyer and uber-fundraiser John Morgan said Thursday he will likely spend "a lot of money" financing a ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana use in Florida.

And in another signal that former Gov. Charlie Crist intends to enter the 2014 race, the prominent Democratic donor – and Crist's employer -- declared that Republicans were "sweating all over the Internet" about an expected Crist bid for governor.

For months, the Florida Republican Party has been attacking the former GOP governor, who is widely expected to run as a Democrat next year.

"I got a thing in the Morgan household, never let them see you sweat. Well, they're sweating all over the Internet," Morgan told reporters before his speech to Tallahassee's Tiger Bay Club. "He's still a private citizen, and they're falling apart."

Read more at the Orlando Sentinel.

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