Lots of questions get closed on WB stack. Sometimes the reasons are obvious and fixable: a good example is that the new user put too many questions into the single question.
When new users get their questions closed, they often lose interest in WB Stack and are not heard from again.
I propose that when experienced users identify questions with flaws that warrant closure, instead of voting to close they edit the question to fix the flaw.
This keeps questions that have a kernel of merit open without obligating new users to dance the dance. New users will then be enthusiastic about answers their unclosed question receives. They will ask more questions. Yay!