Though I'm a very low rep user, I thought this was a very wrong idea (like 99.9% of the users) and, as you probably know, replied to the question.
I saw your discussion in the comments and with all due respect, it is my opinion that you have a wrong perspective here.
Because understandably this kind of "requests" makes you mad, because like any other user who goes to great length to provide quick excellent answers, you might feel offended when a user tries to undermine that.
The request is a NO.
By now you know the SOIS team will never accept any requests like this. Never ever. I'm sure they would kill unicorns before they do.
If the team will never accept features like this, maybe we should close the questions as soon as they get to Meta Stack Overflow.
That is not the idea
The idea is not to close them as soon as they appear on Meta Stack Overflow, this would actually be censorship! We don't want censorship.
Then, if we don't close them?
We answer them, the best we can.
Because although we might never change this user's mind, we leave it for the next user, the one that will learn how this site works and appreciate the hard work of the top users.
We might as well close it as too localized then, because the question as is, expresses the users point of view, but probably only the user's.
So if it is not for the question asker...
If it is not for the one asking the question, it doesn't make any sense at all leaving the insults and the spelling mistakes there.
Spelling mistakes: Because the users aren't obliged to have a perfect written English, and this shouldn't undermine their idea.
Insults: Because they NEVER help, one way or the other, we are all* smart rational individuals, no need to insult. Being there, simply, has no positive effect on the site.
So, I say edit them.
Though I agree in this case the question was a perfect storm, I still stick to my argument.
The reason you should down-vote is because you don't agree with the idea, which we don't agree, we completely disagree, but we edit, for the next users, that might benefit of reading a clean/well described question without all the noise with it's corresponding answer stating a big black NO.
Like you I'm all against censorship, but this has nothing to do with it, we collaborate, improve the questions and answers in hope of them being helpful to, at least someone else.