No, not even close. That's why they lay so many.
In fact, the ones that don't hatch will make a big mess of things, so that brings me to the next part, namely, moving the babies to yet another tank where they'll be safe. You don't need an actual glass tank for this, either. A clearish plastic tub works fine, and you can get them at WalMart for cheap. A long, shallow one works fine for this, as it provides a lot of surface area and swimming room. A simple sponge filter is all you'd need for it. Change some water every other day and the fish will grow quickly.
Alternately, you could just scoop out the fry and put them into something temporarily, IN THEIR OWN WATER, while you totally clean up their tank. Once their tank is back up and running a few days, you can put the fry back in it. Naturally, it would be imperative that the tank was cycled since fry and cycling don't mix.