Who can vote? Is it only registered Republicans? I ask the question because I see so much disaffection at President Bush from conservatives. It seems as if Bush was able to get a lot of the Christian Right to vote for him. Is this true? Why aren't voters able to get together and pick a Republican candidate who is still conservative, but more economically than socially so? Would it be fair to say that a majority of Americans would trade some social liberalism for more economic conservatism? That is to say, they are less bothered about social issues such as gay rights and abortion than they are about the conduct of the economy and foreign policy. Am I right in this?