MANCHESTER, N.H. — Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum repeatedly jabbed frontrunner Mitt Romney today in New Hampshire, previewing the line of attack he will likely take in tonight’s ABC/WMUR debate and into the first-in-the-nation primary to held here Tuesday.

Speaking before packed crowds, Santorum, who placed in a virtual tie with Romney in Iowa last week, came to New Hampshire with the former Massachusetts governor squarely in his sites.

Santorum jabbed Romney, portraying him as a coldly calculating “C.E.O” and not the inspirational leader he said the country needed. He further slammed Romney, accusing his health care plan of imposing higher taxes on New Hampshire residents who work in Massachusetts to pay for the legislation.

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