You're probably a Caucasian male and you've likely commented before using a different screen name.
With that being said, it's very easy for white males to make all this noise about finding common cause with right wing rednecks. Of course, the flagrant racism and sexism that's so much a part of the right wing ideology is of no consequence to them.
Life may rely upon economics and capitalism is certainly a form of predatory economics, but capitalism alone hardly accounts for the kinds of prejudices--and policies reflective of them--that have so harmed the Black community and many women... for many centuries.
How is it that those who exalt guns and think their manhood is found in an automatic weapon can make common cause with those who advocate for a society based not on armed domination, but actual peace?
It's a good thing that right wing ranchers are realizing what Fracking (as "free enterprise") will mean to their lands and futures; and it's a good thing that persons from all points on the political spectrum sense and feel the outright betrayal being done to them by elite interests.
But that doesn't mean that what the right wing symbolizes can harmonize with the core beliefs of Progressives.
As one example: Quite a few Christian Conservatives think that it's THEIR freedom to tell others what to do and how they can live. It was quite amazing to hear one such individual insist that courts granting licenses to gay couples (who wish to marry) violated HIS freedom.
In other words, to this highly rigid and aggressive group, others' ways of living are a violation to the freedoms of those who don't want them to live this way.
How then can intolerant types find common cause with persons who truly do honor others' freedom?
To drive the point home further, years ago I had a friend who turned gay and she invited me to Miami to meet her new female partner. The female partner required the AC to be turned up high while she smoked cigarettes inside. I, on the other hand, abhor cigarettes and like a place "open to the elements" with fresh (if it is fresh) air flowing through.
My friend, as it was, was a Libra, the sign known for reconciling others' problems. So I joked, "Mary, Libra-middle man, how is it that you can resolve this issue?"
I left. There WAS no reconciliation between the smoker--whose unhealthy habit jeopardized others; yet in her view, THAT was her right; and the individual who sought to take personal responsibility for their own health by avoiding destructive habits.