Skip to comments.Louie Gohmert Reveals What John Boehner Did After Republicans Suffered a Major Defeat in 2006
Posted on 06/14/2014 9:28:26 PM PDT by kingattax
Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) revealed some behind-the-scenes political information Friday as to how House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) was originally elected House majority leader in 2006, and what he did after Republicans suffered a major defeat later that year.
The discussion came on the heels of current House Majority Leader Eric Cantors historic defeat in the Virginia primary. The House is preparing to elect a new majority leader, and Gohmert cautioned the body not to make the same mistake it did with John Boehner.
In 2006, when John Boehner had been majority leader for since January basically, and had gotten elected, he got my vote on the second ballot saying, Give me a trial run. If by November I dont convince you Im the best guy, vote for someone else, Gohmert said on Glenn Becks radio program.
(Excerpt) Read more at theblaze.com ...
You have to learn something from this lesson, Gohmert warned. Give your conference time to talk about it. Dont ram through this thing. This is too important.
Boner needs to read his own web page aloud in front of the caucus and ask for a vote of confidence that he still believes what he continues to publish every day.
BLABLABLA, that was many years ago Louie.
Try stepping up to the plate for a change.
You sure didn’t at the end of 2012 when Bohner was re-elected Speaker.
Just another talker.
If you are going to except part of an article, at least except the relevant part. What did Boehner do in 2006? Had to read the stupid article to see that he made some calls on election night. Big whop.
It was necessary to direct you to an excerpted article so as to fill your quota of pop-ups, beacons and trackers for the day.
Please disable your countermeasures.
Resistance is futile.
Steven and upchuck, since you guys like to throw stones, I’m going to throw stones at you. How about showing enough initiative to move the mouse to the link and clicking on it opening the page and reading the article and finding what’s relevant yourselves. It can’t take more than a few seconds.
I was thinking along the same lines, although more like an alligator mouth and a hummingbird . . .
I want Gohmert as my speaker of the house
I may be bananas; but, me too! It is refreshing to see new Conservative faces speaking out as to our beliefs.