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September 27, 2012

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Today on The David Pakman Show / September 27, 2012

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On the Show:

–World View with Denis Campbell, Editor-in-Chief of UK Progressive Magazine, looks at the reaction from Europe to President Obama deciding not to hold one on one meetings with world leaders around the UN General Assembly.

–Incredibly, Mitt Romney says it’s “still early” in this campaign, and that he isn’t worried about an increasing number of polls showing President Obama leading in key states.

–Mitt Romney tells voters not to expect lower taxes, one of the primary reasons that many uninformed voters are planning to vote for Romney in the first place.

–President Obama is accused of “brushing off” a question from conservative Elisabeth Hasselbeck during an interview on The View, but it isn’t clear that Obama did any brushing off.

–25% of uninsured live in only FOUR states, all with Republican governors, all of which are rejecting Obamacare.

–Soldier Patrick Edward Myers is charged with manslaughter after shooting a man while trying to cure him of hiccups with a gun.

–Philip M. Parker is the world’s fastest book author, with over 100,000 books written to date, but there’s more to the story than you might think.

–A bizarre fashion trend in Japan, “bagel head” saline injections.

–More audience retail stories.

–A new  trivia question to give away some free memberships.

–Voicemail & email on violence of “tomahawk chop,” eating bugs, more.

–On the Bonus Show: Self driving cars legal in CA, testing police response time irresponsibly, glass data storage, more.

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