I see sometimes people vote to re-open a question because the close reason is incorrect, even though it should remain closed (Example). This way, the original people that voted to close cannot do it anymore, risking that the question remains open when it shouldn't.
The incorrect reason could be due to a mis-click, difference of opinion, or something like that, but it doesn't negate the fact that it should be closed, no matter the formal reason (which seems irrelevant to me)
I suggest hiding the close reason at least at first sight, having to mouse over something to see it.
What do you think? Does it make sense?