Pat Deaver agreed with the House's vote.
"I'm for it," she said. "I think he go what he deserved."
Deaver said she wasn't surprised by the decision; she figured the House would eventual vote to impeach.
Jim Long agreed with the decision, too.
"It seemed like everyone wanted it done before the end of the Congress," he said. "... I try to be informed about it. Lying under oath is a serious thing."
He said he didn't think it would have come so far if the president had told the truth to begin with. He doesn't think the Senate will remove Clinton, though.
"I don't see it in the Senate," he said. "I don't think that the president will resign, either."
Marion Ramirez said he wished the process wouldn't have gotten this far.
"I didn't think they should impeach him," he said. "I thought they would come up with a censure. ... Hopefully it won't go all the way."