Honestly, I think it's pretty obvious this comes from your closed question about the tablet issues you were having, and the consequent Meta post about that.
Mainly to avoid encouragment to just dump users from the website by descrediting every useful idea they've had.
I'm going to bring up a point that I (think) I brought up in my other answer. You are taking your personal experience and applying it to everyone else. Just because your question was closed doesn't mean your experience was exactly the same as others'.
In some cases, questions are closed because they're just off-topic enough to be put on hold. In other cases, like yours, the question is just blatantly off-topic, and the OP is a little rude and/or argumentative, seeming to not have read the rules of the site.
Before you go on Meta, ranting about how your "excellent" question (it really is not, at all) was closed for no reason (there was very good reason, which has been explained), and before you start making things up out of thin air ("mainly to avoid encouragment to just dump users from the website by descrediting every useful idea they've had"), think.
- What have you done wrong? ie, why was the question closed?
- What can you do to make the question clearer? (If English isn't your native language -- it seems like it's Spanish -- use a translator for some words you aren't sure about)
- Maybe the people who closed the question are correct? You don't seem to have actually read the Help Center or How to Ask a Question.
Don't just go off ranting. We're here to help, and you can see by our rep that people tend to agree with our solutions. If there are at least five people (the number it takes to close a question) telling you your question needs improvement, consider the possibility that maybe it does.
Maybe we aren't all ganging up on you because we have some secret agenda to destroy the SE-life of some random user. Maybe we're just trying to help, and you can't see that. Maybe your question isn't "useful," as you say. Maybe when five+ other users tell you you're wrong, you are. It's certainly a possibility, and 5+:1 odds make that possibility quite high.
To actually address this question directly, it's a resounding
Meta is the place for discussion, not recording close votes. Right now, the Close Vote queue is at 268 or so. If every single person posted that they CVed a certain question and their specific reason for it, Meta would get so extremely cluttered it would drown out any useful discussion.
Besides, we do explain our close votes. Have you checked the flag dialog, under the Off-Topic submenu? We have plenty of reasons to close the question, plus the ability for custom ones if needed. In short, we do explain our reasons for closing questions, and they can be clearly seen when the question is closed.
Again, you seem to be showing a blatant lack of understanding for the mentality of Stack Exchange, and an outright ignorance of Ask Ubuntu's site rules. To be frank, you sound arrogant, refusing to think that maybe the 5 people who disagree with you may actually be correct.
Now, we do willingly accept appeals for closed questions here on Meta, since we do sometimes get it wrong. However, your question is not one that will be reopened, at least without significant revision, grammatical correction and explanations of why it's about Ubuntu. In this case, we did get it right.
We are here to help you
We aren't getting paid to do this. This is something we do in our free time, because we've decided that we enjoy helping others. If I joined to just be rude to every person who asked a question, I certainly wouldn't have 10k rep, and I would probably have been banned long ago.
This isn't Customer Service at Verizon; we aren't just trying to get rid of you so we can move onto the next customer and boost our stats. We genuinely want to help. The problem arises when users can't realize that not everything they say is perfect; not everything they say is understood; not everything they say is appropriate for the situation. This, I think, is where you are having trouble, and I know that sounds mean, but I believe it to be true.
Now, prove me wrong. Go improve your question and make it legible. Put a Spanish (if I'm right about the language) version along with the English one (in the same question). I'll translate it if you want. Just put in the effort to ask a good question, and we'll put in the effort to respond with a good answer.
"It takes two to tango"