TLDR: I agree with you wish in general, but there are some specifics that I don't agree with :)
I don't want MeeGo OS based on Android, because that would be a waste. MeeGo (or, actually, what Nokia made was Maemo Harmattan which was API compatible with MeeGo) was more like a GNU/Linux distribution than Android. Nokia used Glibc (I think), not Bionic, and used QT not the Android Runtime or Alien Dalvik.
So, MeeGo doesn't need most of Android, only really the Linux kernel and a few other driver type pieces of software.
The closest thing to what you describe is Sailfish OS. It is a development of Maemo Harmattan, based on the Mer project, changed to RPM package management instead of APT/DEB (I think), a different UI (because Nokia wouldn't licence the Swipe UI to them) and although it does run on an Android base it doesn't use the Android Runtime etc, instead it uses Libhybris to interface the Glibc parts of Mer with the Bionic drivers of Android.
I realise that what I wrote is not really supporting your suggestion, but in principle I do support it!