Nah, another 'conservative' here. Well, right wing libertarian type. Some people call it classical liberal, but so many who use that term also say they're on the left. I'm much, much closer to the right end of the spectrum than the centre, but like you, it's mostly down to economic, small gov, low taxes, pro-liberty stuff. Most controversially I'm sure, I don't believe you can replace the native demographics of a nation and magically wind up with the same country. Demographics matter. More than anything though, I'm a free-speech absolutist.
Like you, I too think that weed should be legal, gays should be allowed to marry if they wish, and can accept a level of socialised healthcare, (with the understanding that such a system cannot function alongside mass, uncontrolled immigration).
I'm not 'anti' abortion in the sense that I think it should be outlawed, I think it should be legal, but only up to the end of the embryonic phase or in extreme circumstances.
Religiously, we couldn't be further apart though probably, as I'd describe myself as an anti-theist, meaning, not only do I not believe in god, but I view such beliefs as ultimately detrimental to humanity. I do, however, acknowledge that religion is not all bad, and that modern, secular society owes much to it's religious legacy.
So there you go, maybe you're not the most unpopular person round these parts. Let's share the mantle.