[Ed. – This is not the sort of reality the Washington Post generally wants to deal with, so it is relegated to a tiny teaser. Some of the readers’ comments are interesting.]
They don’t ordinarily agree with each other. They watch different channels, hear different versions of the news and view neighbors across a gaping, painful political divide. But in swing districts across the country, the idea of impeaching the president has brought some Americans together: They’re wary of deploying the Constitution’s ultimate weapon — one that takes the decision about who is president out of voters’ hands.