Why did these five Republicans vote against the Obama lawsuit?

Which do you favor, impeachment or this lawsuit?

Originally from Mediaite:

On Wednesday night, the House of Representatives voted 225-201 in favor of giving House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) the authorization he needs to proceed with his lawsuit against President Barack Obama. The 196 Democrats who voted against the resolution were joined by five Republicans. And by all accounts, at least four of those five conservatives decided to oppose Boehner’s lawsuit because it didn’t go far enough.

The GOP has been resisting calls for President Obama’s impeachment from figures like Sarah Palin, but it appears that impeachment is exactly what these four representatives, Paul Broun (R-MD), Walter Jones (R-NC), Thomas Massie (R-KY) and Steve Stockman (R-TX), wanted. The fifth “no” vote, Scott Garrett (R-NJ), has not gone on the record as favoring impeachment.

Here is what these men have said about the issue of impeachment over the last few months:

Read what they said here.