Romney's rivals have singular focus - bash Mitt

As New Hampshire primary voters cast their ballots for the Republican nomination, the candidates have one thing in mind - attack the frontrunner.

It was all about Mitt Romney Monday when he said people should have the freedom to dump their insurance companies.

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"If you don't like what they do, you can fire them. I like being able to fire people who provide services to me. You know, if someone doesn't give me a good service that I need I want to say I'm going to go get someone else to provide that service to me," he told supporters.

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But all his rivals heard was "I like being able to fire people," and the line - taken completely out of context - became the moment of the day and played directly into a story line being created by Romney's opponents - that Romney built his own financial success at the expense of American workers.

Watch Jan Crawford's full report above.