Should a moderator be able to unilaterally close a question, and then vote to keep it closed in the review queue (after two people voted to re-open)?
The question is here, and Gnat indicates (in the tooltip to his comment) that a mod voting in such a way boots the question right out of the review queue. I'm inclined to believe him, since Gnat's usually good about knowing such things, which makes me especially annoyed at this action.
And of course there's the question of whether this is even a dupe. Does the fact that a question asked a year ago soliciting suggestions for close-vote queue fixes mean that no further feature requests are allowed, ever again? Does anyone with an idea have to just toss it on the bottom of that heap and hope somebody notices?
The only reason I really care is because this question being closed prevents me from opening a bounty on it—something I decided to do after seeing that the close queue had grown past 100K questions. Seriously, it's time to do something about this. The close queue is growing faster than Jon Skeet's rep. The close queue is expanding faster than the American Waistline. I can do this all day...