You have Goode to take votes from Romney. You have Johnson to take votes from Obama.
I would think that Johnson should be the West / Northeast candidate, Goode the South/Midwest candidate.
After Tampa, which will likely turn out not the way we like, I'm very curious to see what we do regarding those 2 candidates. We could make an impact if we all decided to support one of those candidates.
Democrats who care about civil liberties and legalize it, college students, could be persuaded to like Johnson, who does have a solid resume. Tea Party in the South and Midwest might like Goode.
I suspect that the tea party kinda will support Romney, but those college students who supported Obama in 08 are not there the way they were in 08. It just seems easier for Johnson to peel off I's and D's in their 20s and 30s who voted for Obama than Goode to peel off tea party (they hate Obama).
Johnson will say that Obama doesn't care about Freedom, and Goode can say Romney is not Conservative enough.