The next phase of the health care debate really puts rubber to the road as Attorneys General from the several states* sue the government over the constitutionality of the helath care bill just signed into law.
An interesting side project to all of that? Georgia's Attorney General, an elected Democrat, has opted not to join the lawsuit. The governor, an elected Repbulican, drafted a memorandum trying to compel the AG to do so, which the AG has ignored. The AG's reasoning** is that such litigation is doomed to fail and will cost the state of Georgia too much for a losing effort.
Because of this, Georgia Legislators are drafting Articles of Impeachment against the Attorney General.
If the comments section to that post is any indicator, reaction to this news varies considerably. I'm wondering what happens if this impeachment gets legs. Impeachment is much more political+ than the boring legal processes of a lawsuit, so I'm wondering if this news goes national.
* Between 37 and 14 of them, depending on which side of the media to which you listen.
** Or, what he states is his official reasoning.
+ And sells more advertising to news organizations and partisans.
(HT: Beyond the Trestle)