Once it's out there you can't put the cat back in the bag. Better to just take control of it.
Yes, but we can't do that without changing its shape. I, for one, do not advocate for less government. I advocate for government which is more regionalized, and also for regions which make some kind of sense. Many of the state boundaries are also aligned with geographical boundaries, and make plenty of sense. But many other boundaries were rearranged for political reasons, and that's a lot of bollocks.
There are only two legitimate political reasons to rearrange a boundary, if you don't count the creation of manageably sized voting blocs, and I do not because technology makes that irrelevant today. One is that the population has changed substantially such that the government no longer addresses the needs of its constituency, and the other is that the landscape has done the same. We should have more bioregional government organization, such that the people who live within a geographical region with its own particular needs are directly involved in its governance, and in solving its problems.