Please help me. I'd like to be a good conservative, but I'm not sure how. Is it enough to believe in free enterprise and limited government, or do I have to believe that the limited government has the unlimited right to determine when a woman may have an abortion? Can I just believe in the 10th. amendment, or do I also have to believe that the federal government has to determine who may and may not marry? I believe in lower taxes, of course, but do I also have to believe that we need to support the commander in chief whenever he decides it's time to spend a half trillion or so on a nation building project? Is in enough to believe in lower taxes, or do I also have to believe in unlimited borrowing and ever increasing spending? Is it really necessary to believe the what Bush I called "voodoo economics" really works, or is it OK to think that wealth in the hands of the average American will trickle up? Do I really have to deny modern science, declare global warming a hoax, and join a church that believes that the theory of evolution is hokum? I'd really like to polish my conservative credentials. I may want to run for office as a Republican. I'd run as a Libertarian, but no one seems to want to vote for that party. They have no chance of winning, you see, since no one will vote for them because they have no chance of winning.