Should on-topic, unreal questions be deleted, in general?
Should Why do some languages not use semicolons and braces? be deleted?
This isn't a real question because it's vague, incomplete, and rhetorical. Not horribly in any single direction, but enough combined that I voted to close. (The Python comment is a non sequitur and contributes negativity, too.) Possibly worth noting is it was closed twice with the same NARQ reason.
However, I voted to delete for different reasons: it's subjective, speculative, open-ended, and I don't want users finding that kind of question, seeing it closed, and asking it again. Or thinking that is an acceptable type of question to ask. (If they independently think of that topic, but ask it without being subjective, speculative, and open-ended, that's perfectly fine, of course.)
(I am surprised it only took three votes to delete. Am I incorrectly counting how upvotes contribute?)