A recent question entitled "Take out his failures on", which I thought was a fine question, was closed for the stated reason that it is "not a real question". I think the de facto reason is that it was asked by this extraordinarily persistent suspended user who I see mentioned from time to time in meta, who I'll call by the pseudonym Cajetan for easy reference. I am gathering that stakeholders have decided on a policy of closing down every question asked by Cajetan in order to make Cajetan's suspension "stick". I'm also supposing that these questions are being closed but not removed so that members such as myself who unwittingly answer them won't lose the reputation gained from their answers.
I'm sure whatever Cajetan did merits a suspension, but I'd like to ask the members whether a good question asked by the notorious Cajetan is "not a real question." If that's not the case, do members find it misleading to close a question for a false reason? If so, is stirring confusion in the important issue of question closures worthwhile collateral damage in our task of mulcting Cajetan?
Vide ne inimicis iracundia tua voluptati sit!