Yep. Former President Gerald Ford gave a realistic assessment of impeachment, opining that impeachment is a political act that could be done for just about anything the House wants to impeach for. That's to be expected when the House gets to define what high crimes and misdemeanors mean. Impeachment without conviction (the only kind we've had for presidents so far) operates something like a mere censure or vote of no confidence. Federal judges have been impeached and removed from the bench, usually for corruption, bribery, etc.