If you came here illegally, you are not a citizen. You have no constitutionally protected rights. You don't pay taxes so you are not paying your fair share while others pay for yours. You can't vote. You can't serve in the military. You can serve jury duty.
We have laws in this country. Laws that must be upheld. How about this. Since you are so smart, why don't you tell all these fine people what it takes to become a Mexican citizen. Ah yes, if you aren't Hispanic and brown skinned it's nearly impossible. In fact, Mexico goes as far as to completely bar citizenship to anyone who "upsets the ethnic majority", and to anyone who is "an economic or financial burden". I'll make you a deal. How about we make US immigration law exactly like Mexican immigration law. Then you can find out how hard it really can be to become a citizen in a foreign country.
GTFO. You don't like American laws then you don't have to put up with it. Go somewhere else. No one is forcing you to stay, and no one forced you to come. In fact, I'll make you an even better deal. You go back to Mexico and apply for citizenship the legal way, just like millions of law abiding citizens do. You go through the process just like our laws require. After that, something magical happens. You become an American citizen. Turns out you didn't have to spend three days crossing the border after all. All you had to do was do the right thing, and then it's no problem at all.