Some won't like this and I don't really much care. I am well past the point of politeness in listening to people sell the fantasy-land view that wasting a vote for their "better" GOP candidate will ever improve the political climate in the real world.
Translation: If the utilitarians in Colorado had not wasted their votes on a Republican who could only "maybe" win if every third-party voter voted for him, they could have elected a good candidate in the first place, whom they wouldn't have HAD to recall.
Your post is riddled with so many fallacies and incorrect assumptions, I'm just going name one: the most obvious is the oft-repeated (and baseless) assumption that most or all who vote Libertarian would have otherwise voted GOP.
Most of the people I know who vote Libertarian don't consider the Republicans any better, and would never vote for one (any more than they'd vote for a D).
You've got this notion of big government leftists being held at bay by an alliance of Republicans and Independents who favor liberty.
But I am not your ally. The GOP is statist, favors big government at every turn, and is my enemy.
Just so we're clear.