Not to be confused with How do votes work on closed questions?
This isn't a question of what the current rules are, but rather a request to consider if it should be this way. Admittedly, I thought of this because an OLD closed question of mine got another downvote. Imagine a toddler being slapped in the hand for something he did 5 months ago. That's kind of the reaction I had. Then, allowing a little logic to seep in, I considered this: If the community considered a question bad enough to close, shouldn't it no longer be eligible for positive reputation? If it's already closed, hasn't the person who asked the question already been given proper dis-incentive to ask that type of question again?