GOP presidential candidates are already getting another chance to land a punch against frontrunner Mitt Romney ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary—they're debating again Sunday morning, just hours after Romney largely brushed aside attacks against him in a Saturday-night debate. Rick Santorum, who lost the Iowa caucuses by only eight votes, went after Romney first on Saturday, dismissing him as a mere CEO. Newt Gingrich questioned his job-creating record at Bain Capital a day after a super PAC linked to him bought a short film by an ex-Romney adviser that trashes Mitt. Romney, however, largely ignored his fellow Republicans, leading analysts to conclude that he'll likely win New Hampshire while his rivals focus on the South Carolina primary on Jan. 21.
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