Louis Gohmert is my Member of Congress, so I'm not just some less-than-grunteled citizen here. Let me further say that I support his declared intent to seek the Speakership of the House of Representatives (and as a general political principle, the intent of others to change the leadership - and thereby the direction - of the Republican Party in Congress, and presumably overall, as well).
That said, there is a cautionary aspect to this tale.
The Democrat nominee for Speaker is Nancy Pelosi. I will not be at all shocked to click over to Drudge one morning soon and read that she is the Speaker-elect for the 114th Congress, and myriad stories quoting the RNC leadership loudly blaming "divisive insurgents within the party" (read: people opposed to their continued choke hold on control of the Republican Party) for that result.
I do hope Louis and the rest have given a good deal of preparatory effort to organizing their little putsch, as those who currently run the RNC are demonstrably willing to arrange a quiet little deal with the DNC just in the ordinary course of events; how much more likely are they to do so rather than give up control of the RNC entirely?
I'm not predicting this outcome, I just won't be at all surprised should it occur. A profound change in political organization generally has been a building social pressure in the United States for many years now. History documents just how infrequently that sort of shift occurs without similar disruption of domestic social structures as well. Mostly, and fortunately, those societal and political changes occur in a generally peaceful manner; here's hoping that trend continues whoever the next Speaker of the House should be.