I have recently started using the website and I am trying to do my best with moderation. I flag questions very often, I edit posts when they can be improved, I have written a few of those "What have you tried?" comments and so on.
I know the topic has been discussed here, and forgive me if this is not appropriate as a question, just let me know and I'll delete it. I found that previous question very helpful, and it clarified some of my doubts. I'd like to ask a more specific question, which has only been touched by the previous one.
Often the people who answer bad posed questions are experienced users, with thousands and thousands of reputation. I understood these users are trusted and respected on the website. I often would like to comment on their answer saying "Why are you doing that?! This question should be closed not answered!" I have been told that when a question has accepted answers, it's more unlikely to be closed, even if the question itself, after edits and comments, is awful.
Would a comment like that be considered rude or somehow bad by the community? Most of all considering it would come from a relative new user?
P.S.: I preemptively apologize for possible horrible grammar mistakes.