One of the most popular petitions on the White House website calls for President Obama's impeachment.
Impeachment fever is nothing new: in early 2010, 39% of self-identified Republicans favored Obama's impeachment, according to a Daily Kos poll.
According to the constitution, the president can be impeached for bribery, treason or "high crimes and misdemeanors." But those specific charges aren't mentioned in the WhiteHouse.gov petition, in which the main grounds for impeachment seem to be that Obama has given the constitution the shaft in various ways.
For instance, the petition says, Obama "proclaimed war in Libya without getting congress approval first. Article I, Section 8 - Only congress can approve to start war." Other affronts to the constitution, per the petition, include Obamacare, appointing "czars" without Senate approval, and trying to change the constitution in unspecified ways.
At nearly 35,000 signatures the petition has more than met the 25,000 threshold, meaning we will see a response from the White House.