Yesterday, I asked this:
It was almost immediately modhammered closed as please do my work for me. I asked for more details on what was missing, but got nothing (I should have @'d the moderator, but unfortunately I was on mobile at the time, which doesn't autocomplete, and manually typing Unicode characters is a pain).
I thought I had given a number of specific details about the kind of scenario I was thinking of (the bulleted list). Frankly, I don't understand what my question lacks that (to pick on an HNQ from yesterday) this question has.
I suppose I could write an entire short story about how Nixon avoided getting thrown out of office, and then put it up for review, but then I wouldn't really need this site in the first place. The reason I'm asking at all is because I didn't grow up in this time period. I don't know the zeitgeist of the time, and I would not have the ability to predict how Congress or the public would have reacted to an altered version of Watergate.
In other words, I don't think of Nixon as "the guy who was President a few decades ago." I think of Nixon as "one of the Presidents I read about in history class." While I realize Watergate is still a political issue for many people, for me it is nothing more than an historical event. It happened and now it's over.
What details should I add to my question to narrow it and make it appropriate for this site?