I think you may have identified a problem, but I think your solution is lacking, possibly due to not understanding the real issue.
I am not sure that this is a major issue on questions closed (as they should be) by multiple members of the community. The times I would agree the most with this is when we see moderators using their 'single vote' power to close a question.
However, I think this is what Meta is for. I think questions about why a question was closed are best taken to Meta to be hashed out and discussed. Moderators should always be prepared to articulate their reasoning and rationale for using their powers including what should be a higher burden for why they felt they needed to perform the action instead of letting the community take care of it.
When users all vote to close the question, they will likely articulate on Meta, but I don't see a major need or problem considering their action(s) can be undone by the same amount of community members.
Note that the first hit in the search you provide, the moderator close vote is exactly the issue being complained about:
Why was this question closed as "not constructive"?
Luckily in that case, the moderator's decision was overturned by the community:
So is the second one:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7560693/twitter-bootstrap-any-tutorials (10K only)
You may want to narrow this request.