I just ran across this suggested edit.
I'm usually fairly reluctant to use the vandalism rejection reason because I look at it as sort of the "spam flag" of rejecting suggested edits. Is it just another reason or do moderators have some way of looking through suggested edits that are rejected for vandalism?
Should there be some way to flag suggested edits that are deemed offensive, even though they will get rejected? It seems like if a user tried to do something like this in a suggested edit, they could just get away with it because it gets rejected. I know my example is a minor case, but a truly vandalizing edit shouldn't go unpunished, and I think tracking the vandalism reason is an easy way to keep track of users intentionally not using the system correctly.