Yes, spelling and grammar count. We ALWAYS edit for that because it is for the benefit of ALL who come to this site. I have had numerous posts edited as have most everyone else here.
The questions and answers need to be clear, concise, have a clear goal we can address, and be on topic. Questions about choices you make, legal questions unanswerable by someone of an HR level or below, rants against coworkers, company policies, et cetera are off topic.
When a question is closed, it is not dead. It often gets discussed in here, edits are suggested, and it is sometimes reopened. This is not about forming cliques, this is not about picking on anyone, it is not about ranting.
It is about what is and what is not good for the site. While we are here to help, we are not here to take abuse or to be chastised for the decisions we make. If your question is closed, the best thing to do is to come in here and ask:
My question about XYZ corporation was closed. I'm not sure what I can do to improve it to get it reopened. Does anyone have any edits or suggestions for me.
Do that, and you'll find people coming out of the woodwork to help you. Come in and insult people, and you will find that while we won't be insulting back, as we have a "be nice" rule in place, we simply won't help you.
I suggest you try again and assume positive motives with regards to the people here.. We are a good and helpful group with fantastic moderators. That said, we do need good questions to work with or at least participants who are willing to listen to constructive criticism when given.