I would call myself a pragmatic centrist. Or, perhaps, a hard-boiled technocrat. I'm in favor of things that work. This means I support free enterprise and economic freedom, but I also believe there must be a "referee" to keep things fair, enforce standards, and guard against excessive disparities in wealth and corporate malfeasance. I also think the free market is nearsighted, and that some government projects are necessary to fund things that don't provide a rate of return starting next quarter or next year (public education, pure science R&D, the space program, interstate highways and other infrastructure, etc.). I also think there's a credible argument to be made in favor of adding at least some level of health care to the basic services government already provides or is at least substantially involved in (i.e., highways and roads, ATC, water and sewerage, national defense, Social Security, etc.) and I'd like a mature, fact-based national dialogue on this (not "ZOMG!!!!!1! BARACK HUSSEIN WANTS DEATH PANELS!!1!!"). But where the unfettered (or lightly fettered) free market can provide, I say let it do so and keep government interference to a minimum.
On social issues, I'd probably qualify as "center-left." I support civil unions for homosexuals (I think the State should just butt out of marriage entirely). On most things the Right bitches about, I say to each his or her own. Don't like drugs? Don't do them. Don't like porn? Don't watch it. Don't like cannabis? Don't smoke it. Don't like homosex? Don't have it. Don't like abortions? Don't have one. And so on. On the other side of the coin, I support the death penalty (though I think in a well-run system, it would be uncommon), and hard prison time for violent crimes.