Consider this question: https://stackoverflow.com/posts/14262913/revisions
I spoke with Al Everett, the first to vote to close the question, and he originally cast his close vote because of the low-quality way in which the question was asked. He then changed his mind and tried to edit the question into something answerable, and answer it. (If he could have rescinded his close vote, he would have.) His answer garnered 9 upvotes as of this writing (which is a lot for questions tagged CF), but still 4 other people found it worth closing as "not a real question."
Al has significant history in the ColdFusion tag -- it's his highest rated tag at 298 points currently.
Then 4 more people, none of whom have any experience in the ColdFusion tag, decided to vote to close.
Note how ColdFusion doesn't show up in any of their tags, even once. Clearly this was an actual question. How do I get from point A to point B? It may not have been well asked, but it is about as clear and concrete as you can get.
It appears as though there's dog-piling going on here. Someone is watching a feed of questions that have been voted against and rallies the troops to shut it down, regardless of whether or not it's a legitimate question.
As I commented on the original question:
If I go over to cooking.SE and get enough rep from Baking questions does that make me qualified to close a question about Chili recipes as "not a real question"? It's very possible that chili cooks have their own vernacular that bakers don't understand.