I was just going through the "Suggested Edit" review queue and saw a tag wiki edit suggestion there for a tag that was recently created, which read as:
This tag is used by questions that requires mutable ideas to answer or forms of idea brainstorming. the tag is to help in the unjust cull of good question that full under the "too broad" category. The question should be of high detail and to the point. The question must not be a topic of conversation and or debate
This looks like a very bad tag as the tag wiki is supposed to explicitly encourage brainstorming and random ideas, which directly conflicts with "Primarily Opinion-Based" as a close reason. Some people might also say that this is "Too Broad", which is probably why the user wanted to explicitly use this tag as a counter for this close-reason.
For reference my take on "Primarily Opinion-Based":
- "Primarily Opinion-Based" - "A question is "primarily opinion-based" if every reasonable answer would be equally valid. Giving you a bunch of ideas for you to choose the one that sounds coolest is not how this site works. I know what you want and theoretically this would be on-topic from a content perspective, but we need some criteria to vote which answers are valid, which answers are good and which ones are better. It's a big, blurry region, but personally I feel that these criteria are not yet clear."
This tag reminds me of the former close reason Idea Generation.
Tags shouldn't have any special powers, they should simply categorize the content of the question and the question should align with the core rules of the site. There are enough problems with keeping track of hard-science and that is only to make answerers aware that the OP is searching for very realistic answers - not to counter close reasons.
I think we should remove the tag and voted to reject the edit suggestion. What does the community think?