Moderator George Stocker is, in my eyes, not being constructive by closing my question twice (after it having been significantly edited by me, and reopened by the community) as being non constructive, while I am putting effort in writing question and getting the answers I expect. He offers little explaination other than that "it's that it's not a constructive question. There's no canonical answer as the answers are already showing".
Since there is no way to message the moderator directly, and since he does not provide any constructive feedback on how the question could be improved; is there any way I can get request a second, motivated, opinion on this? I really want an argumented answer to my question and I put my time in writing a good question, and find it very unfair that one moderator could, in theory, have a bad day and force questions closed twice, without sufficient motivation or constructive feedback.
Of course, I understand that moderators should stand by the decisions of their fellow moderators. However, I feel I'm being treated unfairly, and this is not how I view this otherwise nice and constructive community.
You people here on meta give a lot more constructive feedback than the closing moderator. I'll take it for granted and work on the question some more.
I seriously think that when a moderator closes (or forces to close) a question multiple times, a thorough explanation of what his or her problem with the question is must be posted. It is only fair to the asker and the people that reopened the question. Otherwise, a moderator must not be allowed close the question for a second time.
When one invests time and effort in writing a question, and a community-elected moderator comes along and with the click of a finger closes it, it feels unfair. When after editing and community reopening, the same moderator closes it again, it feels personal. (It probably isn't.) If you don't have the time to explain the closing then don't close it again.