Several May Day signs this year requested that Europeans leave "our continent," which was odd because what unites Hispanics are the Iberian languages of Portuguese and Spanish.
The Santa Cruz rally ended with a rock-throwing, glass-breaking spree that police estimated damaged 18 stores to the tune of $50,000 to $100,000.
The worst the Tea Party crowd did was trample some grass on the lawn of the National Mall.
The left is out of touch with the American people on illegal immigration.
A CBS News/New York Times Poll this week found only 36 percent of Americans oppose the Arizona law. Not only do most people support it, 9 percent believe the new law does not go far enough.
I don't know if that 36 percent of Americans who oppose the Arizona law includes Shakira, a Colombian-born singer who now resides in the Bahamas.
She seems to think so. She traveled to Phoenix and held a press conference where she denounced the Arizona law as "un-American."
The people of Arizona are trying to protect themselves from Mexican drug wars in which various cartels battle to see who can sell drugs to Californians.
Two-thirds of the crop is marijuana. One man's "medical marijuana" is another man's deputy sheriff shot.
If lefties really want "immigration reform," they might lobby Mexico to lighten up. Illegal immigration is a felony in Mexico.
Amnesty International reported last week that Central Americans who come to the United States via Mexico are victims of rape and torture by the Mexican gangs who ferry them north.
The victims suffer in silence, afraid of being turned in to Mexican authorities.
I doubt the Mexican government would tolerate the demonstrations that occurred on our side of the border. We do, though.
Though the lefties are wrong, I am glad to see them exercise their rights. This is America.
Besides, their protests are a sign of better days ahead in American politics.