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.
"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.
But all his rivals heard wasand 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.