Rep. Louie Gohmert: Time for Boehner to Go as Speaker


All I can say is, amen:

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Rep. Louie Gohmert predicts that even if Republicans retain control of the House in 2015 John Boehner won’t be returning as speaker.

“I do think it’s kind of like the VA,” the Texas Republican said Wednesday on: Sean Hannity’s radio show.: “When you’re not keeping your promises, nothing personal, but it’s time for new leadership. And I really think that come January, we’ll have new leadership, I really do.”

Gohmert didn’t answer Hannity’s question of how many people he has on his side, alluding instead to the: 2013 vote: where 21 originally planned to vote against Boehner. In the end, only nine did.

“I think there’ll be a lot more than that this time,” he said.

One would hope, but I don’t have his faith.

I think Boehner comes back. : What do you think?

See also: : Palin Says Obama’s “Too Lazy” To Hold Anyone Accountable For VA Scandal

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