Conservatives: We want small government.
Me: Then why are you pro life and anti open borders?
Democrats: We want big government.
Me: Then why are you pro choice and want less immigration restrictions?
Conservatives: We want the right to life.
Me: Then why do you oppose UHC?
Democrats: We want choice. We are pro choice.
Me: Then why do you want to ban certain choices of firearms, like the AK47 and the AR15?
Conservatives: We want personal responsibility. Right? I mean, we want you to take responsibility for pregnencies, and we oppose welfare for the common person because they should take more personal responsibility.
Me: Then why do you want to give more welfare to corporations? At least the poor person needs welfare to save their life. The corporation is just using welfare to get richer. I personally don't like either type of welfare.
Democrats: We wish to minimize pain. Non consensual pregnency is painful and welfare minimizes pain.
Me: Then why are you guys applying cancel culture on many people? That causes a lot of pain for people, and them getting cancelled causes more overall pain than people's feelings being hurt. People's feelings last a few seconds, getting cancelled lasts much longer.
Libetarians: We want small government and we want more freedoms. How are we inconsistent with this?
Me: Well, first off, you support nuclear energy, which is big government. You claim the energy is safe, but that's a statist argument(they are the ones who want all these restrictions in the name of safety). If nuclear energy was America's sole source of energy, it would cost taxpayers over $300 billion a year, which is 6x more than what conventional welfare costs the feds, and you think welfare is too much big government. 2nd off, you are against the death penalty, even though it is consistent pro choice ethic (being pro choice on abortion and letting the victims decide if they wish to execute their murderer). You claim that the government shouldn't have the power to take someone's life. However, the government doesn't have that power; the victims do, and the government merely executes the will of the victims onto the murderer (get the pun?). There is the fear of executing someone that is innocent, however, there is a risk that an immigrant commits a murder and there is a risk that an AK 47 owner will commit a mass shooting. However, you correctly point out that these risks are so rare, that they should not dictate national policy.
Conclusion: None of the 3 most common political parties are consistent and most of their members aren't either, not even the libetarians. People should, "dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another" as instructed by the declaration of independence and think for themselves.