Can we get this as a close option?
No we should not. The goal of SO is to be the end result of all google/bing searches for programming related questions. Just because the answer could be easily found elsewhere does not make it invalid. All this applies to SF and SU, just insert the relevant topic.
The FAQ spell out in a good amount of detail what types of questions are appropriate and specifically references "newbie" questions:
No question is too trivial or too "newbie". Oh yes, and it should be about programming. You know, with a computer.
Please look around to see if your question has already been asked (and maybe even answered!) before you ask. If you end up asking a question that has been asked before, that is OK and deliberately allowed. Other users will hopefully edit in links to related or similar questions to help future visitors find their way.
It's also perfectly fine to ask and answer your own question, but pretend you're on Jeopardy: phrase it in the form of a question.
The intent is for SO to be the end result for things that can be easily (and not so easily) searched and answered. Therefore, if it hasn't been asked SO, it is perfectly acceptable and "Too Lazy to Search the Web" and "LMGTFY" (Let Me Google That For You) are not appropriate responses. If you do not want to answer simple questions, that's fine, move on. But those questions are acceptable here so long as they're programming related.
No. There's already a "Too lazy to search SO" option, properly called "Exact Duplicate".
The purpose of StackOverflow is to be a repository for as many valid programming questions that it can. Just because the answer can be found on Google doesn't mean it shouldn't get asked on SO or any of the other sites. If you think its too basic or minor to be on the site, downvote it.
At least if its asked on SO and someone whose never been to the site before before googles the same question, they'll be lead to SO. Everyone wins.
Nobody should be called "lazy" because they decided to ask on SO rather than searching the web.
If we get all questions/answers on SO, SO becomes the end-point for anybody who does decide to search the web. It becomes a source that is peer-reviewed, wiki-editable, and always up-to-date. That is leaps and bounds better than most results you'll find with a web-search.
On the podcast, Joel & Jeff have specifically stated that they want Q&A on very simple, easily Googled, things. This way, when somebody does Google it, it brings them to SO.