A rookie mistake, huh? Maybe I should just turn the passwords and log-in information over to you.
Clinton WAS impeached. Impeachment and removal from office are two different things. If the House of Representatives passes Articles of Impeachment against the President, the President is impeached and faces a trial in the Senate where the Senate is the jury and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over the proceedings. If 2/3 of the Senate, acting as the jury, finds the President guilty of the charges brought forth by the House, he is removed from office. Otherwise, he is acquitted and remains — which is what happened to Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton.
Think of it this way and it will help you from making a fool out of your anonymous self next time: an impeachment is something like an indictment and, as with an indictment, the charges are settled with a trial by jury.
Thanks for your help. A rookie like me can always use support from experienced veterans.