Gil Cedillo pushes California boycott of Arizona over immigration law

California state senator Gil Cedillo - someone who occasionally acts more like an agent of the Mexican government than a U.S. official - is pushing a non-binding resolution in support of a boycott of Arizona over their new immigration law (link):

Some 40 state lawmakers, including members of the Latino Legislative Caucus, plan to introduce a resolution this week that urges the state to "cease California investments in Arizona" and calls for Major League Baseball to reconsider its decision to allow Arizona to host the 2011 All-Star Game.

The non-binding resolution also includes a "travel advisory," warning there is a risk of being picked up by Arizona authorities, according to Sen. Gil Cedillo (D-Los Angeles), the main author of the measure.

Needless to say, this will cause those of a tea parties mindset to play tit-for-tat, supporting a boycott of California. In other words, they'd turn their backs on millions of American citizens in this state because of what a small number of far-left legislators with divided loyalties did.

The much smarter, more patriotic way to deal with this is to help discredit those like Cedillo (or those who have even more power).