The thing is though, it's not really all that hard to write a clear, concise question, or to add a brief explanation if necessary. So questions that have to be deciphered, really don't fit very well. If a mod can't figure out what the point of it is, then odds are most other people won't have a clue either - which means that it probably won't get a lot of answers, or at least not good ones.
I've spent any number of hours crafting answers to questions that have later been removed, all I can do is hope that the person asking saw them before it went poof. But again, it's really on them for not asking in a way that better fits within the guidelines.
I have seen a couple of instances where there were questions that were removed that I disagreed with their removal. They may have seemed like nonsense if you didn't know much about the topic at hand but in fact were genuine questions in my opinion. A couple of times I spent about 10 minutes writing an answer only to find that the question was removed.