GLENN: Oh, Pat is on a rant. He's on a tirade. Go ahead, Pat.
JEFFY: Oh, my God.
PAT: This Iowa high school basketball game story is so -- it's four words -- ag-o-niz-ing.
GLENN: That's not --
PAT: Just those four words --
GLENN: Those are syllables.
PAT: -- sum the whole thing up.
This -- I think they're in the state tournament time. But Valley High School played Des Moines North. And Valley has a tradition of, for big important games, dressing up in red, white, and blue. They wear American flag colors.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. I can already feel the hatred.
PAT: Right? So the other team was all offended by the fact that the students in the student section were dressed in red, white, and blue. Why? Do you not live here too? Could you not have dressed in red, white, and blue, if you wanted to? I think you could. But one of the coaches said, what the hell were they thinking? We're a diverse -- we're a diverse school with a diverse population of students. And?
GLENN: Look, if you move to America and you even come here illegally, you came here.
PAT: You came here for a reason.
GLENN: Why? For a reason. Because we're better than your suckass country that you ran from.
JEFFY: Thank you.
GLENN: So even if you're here illegally, there's not some, hey, this is a great country? I don't get it.
PAT: If you're so offended by the American flag, you need to get out. You need to go home.
JEFFY: Yes. And once again, this is another story.
GLENN: I don't understand it. Then why did your family bring you here?
GLENN: If it's not a better place, then why did your family come here?
PAT: Listen to this Facebook posting of one of the moms of the other high school: For the supporters of one time from a primarily white part of town to paint themselves as the team of the USA strongly implies that the other team, the less white team is less American. That doesn't say anything about you.
GLENN: Okay. Stop. You know, here's what I would say to her, "Honey, honey, that's you. That's all coming from you."
PAT: Right. That's right. Your sensibility. That's not theirs.
GLENN: If they were holding signs that say white power, we're Americans, you're not, then that's -- then I'll be with you. But from what I know, just wearing red, white, and blue colors as a tradition and you're coming in and you're some other race that I don't understand -- all races are welcome here in America.
STU: And who should like the country more than its own citizens? Refugees.
GLENN: Yes. Refugees and immigrants.
PAT: You look outside and you see there's no ISIS fighters raping, torturing, and cutting the heads off of people, you're in a better place, right?
GLENN: Are these refugees?
PAT: Many of them are refugees. Yeah.
STU: In the article -- and it's -- you could make the argument theoretically -- and I don't think this would be a argument, but you could make the argument if they had never done this before, but they do it all the time.
PAT: I don't even know then if you could. I mean, it's still not saying anything about you, unless you're taunting them.
STU: Right. Unless you're taunting them.
GLENN: But still, they should be coming in red, white, and blue colors.
PAT: Yes. And they could have. They could have.
GLENN: We just saved you. Our country just saved you. How about a,, thank you, America?
GLENN: You're right, four words.