P.J. Gladnick noted in a Dec. 8 NewsBusters post that a New York Times editorial had accused notoriously anti-immigrant Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio of "tak[ing] the pursuit of the undocumented to unconstitutional extremes," then adds: "But...but if he instituted 'unconstitional extremes,' couldn't 5-term sheriff Arpaio be impeached? I mean the Times did imply he was acting unconstitionally. They wouldn't be fibbing would they?"
This might make sense if the Maricopa County sheriff could be, you know, "impeached." Gladnick offers no evidence of an "impeachment" provision in Arizona statutes governing county sheriffs. There does appear to be a mechanism for recalling a county sheriff, as appears to have been attempted. But impeachment? Gladnick is just being silly.