Questions can, and sometimes should be closed as exact duplicates of other closed questions. This is because if the first one was closed as invalid for some reason, then the duplicate question would usually have the same flaws.
As mentioned a few times, the best response to getting a question closed would be.
- Edit to dramatically improve the question.
- If there is no movement after a few hours (minimum), take it to meta.
- If there is no movement from meta, it might be possible to create a unique question using what you have learned, so as to not offend the sometimes delicate sensibilities of the SO community.
Note about step 3: DO NOT recreate your original question. It has already been closed, and your new question should be marked as a duplicate. The best solution would be to look at your problem from a new angle, and post that as your question to StackOverflow.
In Your Case
Two things repeatedly got in your way. The editorial commentary which other people considered to be a rant, but you considered to be context: this is usually frowned upon. If your question is technical but unorthodox, you should explain why you have the limitations you have, but you don't need to give them information about everything you are doing unless the comments ask for further information.
NEVER include anything aggressive or even something people could perceive as aggressive (if you can help it). The community tends to react very harshly to anything like that. Is this desired behaviour? Certainly not, but it exists and you should be aware of it.
Linking back to your original post was unhelpful, because it made it very clear that you had simply posted the same question twice. As I mentioned earlier, duplicates are very much frowned up on StackOverflow, because there are more than enough accidental duplicates, so purposeful duplicates seem maliciously wasteful of people's time.
Question 1 amounts to "I wish I had a goto" which falls under "rant/subjective" and shouldn't be on SO. Question 2 is more valid, and that is where you should have restricted your focus.
goto it only matters what you are trying to accomplish. If you focus on that, you'll have much more success.