The question "How to force someone to quit" recently showed up with possibly the largest number of down-votes for a question I've seen. Now it has been voted closed as off-topic because "Real questions have answers".
However, is it really off-topic? There is a clear question being asked, it is about the workplace, and it is does not have any legal or contractual connotations. There is more here than just a rant about why a situation is bad - there is a stated problem (perceived workplace stress), a proposed solution (quit for said person), and a question of how to achieve that. The only negative part is that the proposed solution is absolutely the wrong thing to do.
There is precedent for good answers instructing the OP not to do what they are asking (Is "don't foo the bar" an appropriate answer?). It seems the main reason it was put on hold was because of the bad idea being asked, and all of the down-votes. Personally, I partially regret being the first down-vote, as I fear I may have set off the stream that followed.
So, for discussion.
Is this question actually off-topic? Should it be reopened?