Obama doesn't connect with the people the way Clinton did. But only three presidents last century had that quality to have the people believe you and connect with them as they did. FDR, Reagan and Clinton. When Bill said, "I feel your pain," we believed him. The fact Obama doesn't have that ability like those three is no fault of his own.
But what the Republicans fail to grasp is that if they are going to impeach a president and if it is to have a chance of working, you must have the people behind you. Not just a portion of your party, but the a huge majority of the people. The people may be dissatisfied big time with the president, his disapproval is at 54%, but disapproval and dissatisfaction are not grounds for impeachment. The president must do something horrendously wrong which he has not done. Then the people as a whole has to recognize and acknowledge it. If not they will not stand for impeachment which is overthrowing a valid election.
My advice, get away from the I word and learn something from history and that black eye the GOP carried around after their attempt to impeach Clinton.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.