I've noticed a couple of questions lately of the format "If you support policy X, shouldn't you support policy Y?" Examples include a question asking "If the disabled can vote, why shouldn't minors be allowed to?" and "If we are trying to stop Iran from building nuclear weapons, why not Israel?".
It seems to be these questions aren't actually questions, and that OP is just using them as a platform to make an argument. The former thing does not necessarily imply the latter in these cases, and a genuine question wouldn't presume they do as a premise. Furthermore, there doesn't actually seem to be a way to answer them genuinely as a) we can't know everyone's motivations for holding certain political ideas, and b) OP is unlikely to be satisfied with an answer other than "You're right, that makes no sense!"
Currently I'm voting to close these as "primarily opinion-based", as they just constitute argument rather than a question. Is this the appropriate reaction? Or is there a way to give the OP the benefit of the doubt and post an actual answer that I'm not seeing?