There seem to be some ongoing trends in stack-overflow for some people to just vote willy-nilly to close any and all questions they disapprove of because they can. Since it hurts SO to close questions that ought to be open, I recommend that we hold people accountable to their "close" votes and make them pay a hefty price in rep whenever the community disagrees with them and reopens their questions. This will encourage people to refrain from incessantly voting for questions to get closed and instead make them think more carefully about whether a question truly deserves a close vote.
It probably will cause a bunch of not-so-legitimate questions to stay open, but it's better that questions like these stay open than that more legitimate questions get closed.
What does everyone think?
Edit: People have been wanting examples, so...