Yes. Would he do so? Not happily. The GOP leadership is in such disarray that it is said openly that no one wants the job. But he has stated that he would take the position temporarily if 218 GOP votes were found to put him in the position. Is that likely? Probably not. But with the “historic” and “sobering” level of stalemate between conservative (Tea Party) and moderate (Democrat traitor douchebag) Republicans, this is exactly the kind of “blue sky” option to which the House GOP may eventually resort.
Would it be a good thing? Personally, I think we could do a lot worse. This might be the kind of “Senior Statesman” moment needed. Who else is available in that mold? Reagan is dead. Let’s get one of his actual lieutenants in there. Besides, as Byron York just posed in the Washington Examiner, the GOP has not hit rock bottom yet. It could get a lot worse.