It's unreasonable to expect others to agree with you about everything, all you can reasonably ask for is that the other person is consistent in their beliefs.
Baseball is a great example of this. A manager doesn't expect every ball or strike call by the umpire to go his way, he just wants the umpire to have a consistent strike zone. It the umpire calls a pitch that is two inches off the plate a strike for one team, even though it may be incorrect, the call is still fair as long as he calls the same pitch a strike for the other team. Any baseball manager will tell you that thy don't expect an umpire to get every call perfect, all they can reasonably expect is that the umpire has a consistent strike zone.
In other words, consistency is the closest approximation to perfection that us imperfect humans can aspire to achieve.
Much like a baseball manager, I don't ask that everyone's political views be the same as mine- because that would be unreasonable. But what is a reasonable expectation is that your political views be consistent.
While reading and watching news about the protests in Ferguson, Missouri over the killing of Michael Brown, it seems as though many conservative voices are inconsistent with a few of their previous political opinions.
Here are a few examples.
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