While conducting a normal review of the Reopen Review Queue, I was presented with this recent question. While I agree with the too-broad close reason, I was dismayed to notice that no comments had been left for the OP indicating why the question was too broad. In fact, the only comment was from the OP, asking why the question was too broad.
We've previously had a discussion concerning too-broad questions. Out of that, one action decided upon was to be more vocal about close reasons when closing questions. For those who have been around a while, you may be familiar with this comment of mine:
Close-voters: Please don't vote to close questions without leaving commentary. The problem cannot be fixed if the OP is not made aware of it.
I leave this on questions where I see close votes and no discussion about closing the question.
Going forward, please remember to keep this in mind when weighing a question's merit. If you can't think of anything to say when closing a question, consider strongly whether you should be voting to close at all.