I'm not sure what you mean by your distinction between pressing "this is a bad edit" button and also not allowing it. A reviewer has only three options: approving an edit, rejecting it (pressing the "bad edit" button, I guess), or improving it with a further edit. But.
I'm struggling with how to respond to this. Let me just ask it this way: what's the point of your edits? How, exactly, have you improved the posts? I mean, I get it, we have an article Should questions include “tags” in their titles?, but the top-voted answer there focuses on how to title questions when you're writing them. What you've done is remove information from the title. "Backout queue not working". What does that mean?
Old Pro, in their answer on that question, makes the same point.
This specific example of [question title] in [tag] is more controversial. I feel strongly (and apparently Jeff Atwood agrees) that even if the question is thoroughly tagged, the title
How do I pass a reference as an argument?
is ridiculously vague.
How do I pass a reference as an argument in [tag]?
is going to be much more helpful when "[tag]" is one of "PHP", "Python", or "bash".
If you had changed the title to something like "Why is the backout queue not working in WebSphere MQ?", that would have been awesome.