Illegal aliens march, demand same rights as citizens. A good thing?

Is it a good thing to have illegal aliens agitating for extra rights inside your country? Isn't that a dangerous situation?

Here are three recent examples: "Hundreds gather in opposition to federal immigration legislation" by Ted Roelofs of the Grand Rapids Press. It's PIIPPish, and it includes this quote from an illegal alien: "We ask the same rights as every citizen".

"Immigrant groups rally in Miami against proposed law"

And, lastly this:
Thousands marched in northeast Las Vegas today for Immigration Reform. The marchers claim immigrants are treated unfairly and they want equality.

There have been three events like this in the past 12 months. But today's was the largest with nearly three-thousand participants. Immigration leaders came from Arizona and California.

...The marchers chanted in defiance of current U.S. immigration law and demonstrated their freedom in America.

Marchers were eager to get out what they believe, Hispanics aren't treated equally in Las Vegas.

"There are a lot of people that raise their families, pay their taxes, these people deserve to be legal in America," said Miguel Barrientos, the March Organizer.

The march was put together by the group United Families for Earned Immigration. They are asking for support of the federal McCain-Kennedy Immigration bill being debated in Congress. It would provide a formal path for the nation's illegal immigrants to become citizens.
Should we give those illegal aliens what they want? Of course not. Even more illegal aliens will come here and they'll demand the same things. And, they'll have a precedent. We can't just allow people to move here illegally and then give them benefits - including even voting rights - because they managed to evade our laws and because our politicians are corrupt.



It is possible to make a live link with html tags. Type the following with angle brackets in place of square brackets:
[a href="http://URL"]text[/a]

In the above comment, I thought putting the link in the url would get it posted as a live link. You can go to the link by clicking on my name in the ABOVE comment. Or you can go to

This is NOT my website and I cannot be found there. I am leaving it so you can vote for HR4437 on the opposition's website

I just want to leave this link here where you can vote YES on HR4437 right on the website of the "Day without an Immigrant" website.

It would be nice to keep the yes vote in the mojority percentage. This is the site they use to organize and inform the employers who are interested in supporting them.