(I understand MoveOn presented a poll, which I missed, showing that Iraq is the number one issue on people's minds something that, as far as I know, every poll has shown for quite some time.)
But even in those defensive loser terms, DC fails to ask some crucial questions about where people are, fails to draw good conclusions from the questions asked, and invents findings from questions not asked.
They've found, quite credibly I think, that a Democrat running for Congress this year will do very well by tying the Republican opponent to Bush, by being seen as an agent of change, by being anti-Washington, and by making the election interesting and exciting. If I wanted to do all of those things, and I'd seen this morning's response to Feingold's speech, or if I even had a sense of decency, I would immediately come out for impeachment.
Democracy Corpse doesn't poll on impeachment and tries to avoid explaining why. The closest I got to an answer out of any of them was that focus groups tend to show that people like to move forward and not look back. Brilliant. But how can you move anything forward with Bush and Cheney in office? How can you stop everything from moving backward without impeachment? And why can't a candidate run on a platform with more than one proposal in it?