Here's my problem with this. Unlike in 2013, when he spiked the campaign of Ken Cuccinelli, Ed Gillespie (the frontrunner for the GOP nomination as of this writing) is far from extreme conservative. He has a lot of potential in winning this election-so all that Sarvis does by running is hurt the libertarian ideals he claims to espouse (I'll save my personal opinions on, let's say, the veracity of his beliefs for another day). All Sarvis will do in this campaign is pull 3-4% of the vote away from Gillespie, which only helps Warner continue to vote for every liberal bill that Harry Reid can come up with.
I can't wait to see what the field looks like in 2014. It should be an incredible election year, in which Democrats elected on President Obama's coat-tails finally get swept out of office, allowing the GOP to correct the decline that this country is in. I really do not see the point of taking one election that is already going to be close and just handing it to the Democrats-and yet, that is what Sarvis is doing with his announcement.