I have a problem with some closing reasons, for example https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/385156/what-is-the-probability-that-both-the-fuses-are-defective is right now about to be closed as "not constructive" (per several users). I don't have a problem with the question being closed (it's one of those uncommented verbatim homework questions). However, it is a standard question in combinatorics/elementary probaility that can hardly "cause debate". Nor does the reason "Not a real question" apply as verbatim copies of well-prepared (by the authors) homework problems should be expected to be precise and understandable. It's not even "too localized" (not less than any other question where the asker has no clue and therefore cannot ask for a broad explanation of whatever major theory is behind it) as it invites to demonstrate the general techniques used for such problems. And of course it is certainly on topic. It may (very likely) be a duplicate of something similar from the past, but as several users have chosen to select "not constructive" as a reason instead, maybe no near duplicate was easy to find.
Anyway, what should be done in these cases where no reason really applies if one reads the reason explanation carefully?
(This meta question be itself be more or less duplicate to one of the recent We-don't-like-verbatim-homework stuff, I'm not sure)