If you lived outside of America, and you wanted to enter America, and were willing to do it illegally, would you do it merely for the purpose, the recognition of, being a human being, or more of a human being than you may feel you are now in your current locale? Or would you do it, more logically, in order to find and secure a better life for yourself?
Supporters of Illegal Aliens are pushing a new anti-America propaganda scheme called “Drop the I-Word”. In their view, the “I” word is illegal and it is in reference to illegal aliens and those illegal aliens that cross over into America illegally (that is to say without either the permission or knowledge of the United States Government. Hence – illegally), insisting that illegal aliens are “human beings” and that alone entitles them to be in America and to be granted American citizenship, or at least all the rights American citizens have even if they are not actually American citizens. The intent of this anti-America group is blatant, obvious and damning, and that is to further weaken the sovereignty of America and to literally melt, dissolve and absorb our entire nation, its geography and it borders, into that of Mexico so that becomes indistinguishable, invisible and irrelevant. Try doing that with the Mexican-Guatemalan border!
Nobody denies that illegal aliens are human beings. However, neither are they automatically American citizens if they happen to be lucky enough to sneak into America, illegally, and not be caught. Anyone who does that ought to have their opportunity to be an American citizen permanently revoked. Every nation on Earth, and that includes America, is a “nation of laws”. (Even lawless nations like Syria, Iran and North Korea.)