It’s not a crazy idea at all. Sometimes a president can be forced into finding a path toward getting things done when faced with a unified block of opposition in the legislative branch. Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich seemed to find a way to make things work, at least for a time, and it’s now looked back on as one of the more productive and appreciated eras of federal government accomplishment in modern political history.
Good old Jizz. Statist to the bone, the highest political good he can comprehend is a government that is productive, that gets things done.
I wonder how he’d feel about a productive government that got him locked up as a seditionist conservative?
After all, wouldn’t that be getting something done?