Jon Gabriel has some good advice.
I recommend everyone step back, take a few breaths from a paper bag, and ask why control of the government is so damn important to partisans of both sides.
A few years ago, protesters feared that President Obama would sideline school choice, kill off their existing health insurance and make them violate their traditional beliefs. Today’s protesters fear President Trump will defund public schools, take away their health insurance and persecute LGBT citizens.
Despite being on opposite sides, protesters on the right and left can end their fears the same way. If you're afraid that the federal government will ruin your life, reduce the power of the federal government.
Want a good education for your kids? Keep it out of the hands of Beltway politicians and make the big decisions at your local school board meeting ... Want good health insurance? Don’t let those jokers in Congress decide what plan you need and shop around the local market ... Want to pursue happiness? Keep the government far away from which gender you date, which bathroom you use and how you honor your conscience. A few rules might be different in San Francisco and Tulsa, but as long as D.C. protects everyone’s essential rights, individuals on either side will do just fine.
Instead of spending millions of hours and billions of dollars to help your president impose his will on every American, try something really radical. Take away as much of his power as you can so it doesn’t much matter much who controls the White House.
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That seems like common sense to me. I don't care whether your politics are left or right, progressive or conservative. The Founding Fathers allocated certain very limited powers to the central US government, and left the rest to the states. Why not get back to that vision? Let central, federal government handle only what's important to the nation as a whole. All the rest should revert to state and local control, where people who know local and regional issues can make common-sense decisions about how to handle them, from the perspective of those who will be most affected by those measures. Don't trust - and don't allow - a centralized national bureaucracy to make those decisions on your behalf.
Sounds like a winning recipe to me.