If Russ Feingold's so damned interested in censuring the President, is it because the poll numbers say that's the thing to do or is it because that's really what Feingold thinks should be done?
Nobody else has signed up so far as I know.
Censure is not a Constitutional prerogative of the United States Senate. It wasn't when Bill Clinton was busted for perjury and obstruction and it isn't when you don't like how Bush the Younger is waging the war against the Islamofascists.
Because censure is not necessarily a collective judgement, there's no particular reason why the President could not himself pass censure on some other branch of the Government, is there?
If you want to try impeachment, Russ, make your case. Impeachment begins ---and ends--- as a political movement. Is the utter lack of concurrence you've had the past few days some indication of where the public stands on this President? My guess is yes.