Maybe I should have foreseen massive resistance to the election of the first black President in history, but I never thought people would be advocating impeachment before he's even taken office.
Two things about this bother me more than anything else:
1) Impeachment is a serious thing. It should not be thrown about or used to enforce "family values," lest it degenerate into something that the Congress is loathe to touch when it is actually needed. I don't think we would be seeing this had McCain been elected. Yes, we would see protest and anger, but not calls for legal impeachment.
2) This man is our President-Elect in a time that is perhaps the darkest in America's history since WWII or the Great Depression. Obama hasn't even had a chance to do anything yet, and I think that when he is tested, he will show the world that he is the President that America needs.