Probably the best way to send a message to Boehner is through his home district in Ohio. Since nobody can challenge him in the primary, yet, the best bet would be to deconstruct him in his district.
This would be with a slow and steady drumbeat of his failings through some local media. The idea is to overload his constituents with a million negative things, to the point where the mere mention of his name makes them wince.
This takes a toll on politicians, as word will leak back to him, and he will likely try to suppress it, and won’t be able to.
I’ve set a goal of destroying bad state legislators before they get the idea of going to Washington.
I’m in Ohio’s 2nd and Boehner is in the 1st. I grew up, however, in what is the 1st. It is primarily a conservative Catholic region, middle class, and German heritage to a large degree. I don’t expect them to be radically tea party, since they’re not radically anything, and I wouldn’t expect an anti-Boehner campaign to have much effect.
People in OH would never understand.