Well, the only popular "fiscal conservatism" that still exists is "cutting, fraud, waste, and abuse." Which is laughable. There's something about cutting taxes too, but that support becomes pretty flimsy (see above) in consideration of the budget deficit, and in the effort to keep entitlements chugging along pretty much as is for another few dozen years. This is a progressive nation, both socially and fiscally. True, the public is split on the role of government providing health-care. However, give it another 10 years and polls of even tea partiers will show broad support for universal health-care entitlements. Heck, the GoP frontrunner has no desire to cut entitlements in any way. Not only that, he preferred a single payer health-care solution.
Hm, socially progressive and fiscally progressive. Together...Maybe, it's....Well, I'll leave it at that.