harwood and robert costa. up to the insurance commissioners, up to the insurance companies themselves. do you think canceled policies will be restored in any bulk size? >> probably not. this is really an administrative mess. one company has said that they are going to try to do it, florida bluecross. most other companies are having a good time with this. this is nothing more than the president throwing the hot poe pat toe about cancellations back to the health insurance companies. the insurance companies, to do this, only have 31 days to right the ship here. this is coming from the president who built healthcare.gov in three years and it doesn't work and he's telling the insurance industry that in 31 days, because december 15th is the deadline, that they've got to reverse all of this. they've got to send a letter to the policyholder, tell them the difference between their policy they have now and obama care. they have to send it through the u.s. mail. they have to give the policyholder time to make a decision.
>> finally bob costas. >> i would tell him no. i would tell him no. i know that goes viral tomorrow, but let me put it this way. if it were my son, all right, he was 13 years old and had reasonable athletic ability i would encourage him to play baseball or to play basketball or to play soccer or something other than football. >> so bob costas says he would encourage his kid not to play -- his sons to play. >> he's talking about it in the context of what's going on with miami dolphins. >> i agree with this. i told my son not to play the game. i played it for a lot of years. it is a painful very difficult very dangerous game. if you want to do it go do it it is a wonderful game from my standpoint as well. it is dangerous. i would much prefer my kid play soccer. >> whyour son is a great golfer. >> so what if he plays football. he can play football. i have a bigger problem with all of these sports casters suddenly becoming so concerned and fretful. sports writers and sports casters are supposed to be rude guard chomping womanizers. return from oscar madis
. >> bob costas says this. i tell them no. i tell them no. i know that goes viral tomorrow. if it was my son and had reasonable athletic ability i'd encourage him to play baseball soccer or anything other than football. >> he says he would encourage his kid not to play. >> he was talking about in the controversy going on with the miami dolphins. i agree with this. i told my son not to play the game. it's a painful very difficult very dangerous game. if you want to do it, go do it. it's a wonderful game from my standpoint as well. i'd rather my son play soccer. >> your son playing golf. >> i have a bigger problem with sports casters becoming so concern informed fretful. sports writers and casters are are rude, chomping, womanizers. they've turned from oscar madison to glad dis. >> oscar meyer weaner. >> that's pretty good. going viral, i hate that. here's an option. don't play any sport. play a musical instrument because that goes so much further these days. if you learn to play drums or guitar, women love you. it's a wonderful skill. teaches you discipline. >>> why are we ta
from gun control to the name redskins to bob costas to president obama the line between sports and politics is becoming too blurred. >> our current gun culture ensures that more and more domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy. and that more convenient store confrontations of loud noise coming from a car will have more teenagers dead. >> if i had a team and it had a storied history that offended a sizable group of people i would think about changing it. >> as a sports fan i would personally like to watch the games without the politic, thank you. so, bob, we see politics enter the sports arena from gun drol the president weighing in saying if he had a son he wouldn't want him to play football. now climate change. i know you believe in climate change. should it be kept out of sports? >> no. it's not exactly an analogy but when you use sports teams which you should to promote breast cancer awareness week, i happen to think climate change is ravaging this country and anyway you can get it out, get it out. >> i don't think they should do the breast cancer awareness stuff. they should
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