I believe we have more in common than you might think. In fact, I believe most Americans do. The question is a matter of how we get there. I genuinely understand some of the appeal to the idealistic progressive movement, but like any experiment you must look at the results. From NYC to Chicago to Los Angeles, the results are in and they are not good. Take the emotional appeal away and look at the data from any of the major areas controlled by liberal politicians: more income inequality, worse schools, sky-rocketing housing prices, growing crime rates, exploding homelessness, and a general feeling that no matter how hard you try to get ahead in life there is always something pulling you back. Crony capitalism is a problem, but the solution is not a "complete restructuring of our economy," but rather a thoughtful approach to how we make short and long-term fixes to our political and economic system.
We will not always agree on all the issues, but you can be sure I will fight for you regardless.