An increasing number of questions on this forum focus on specific individuals or organizations within the bitcoin community, rather than bitcoin itself.
Some of them border on slander, like this question "When did Eligius cost MtGox many thousands of bitcoins" by ripper234. To summarize, this makes about as much sense as asking "When did Linus Torvalds cost me all of my data because I typed rm -rf / while logged into my Linux box as root" on StackOverflow. The problem is that people who don't have a deep understanding of bitcoin don't realize the bogosity going on here and are likely to simply associate "Eligius = Stolen Coins" and move on.
Could we please have some sort of policy about questions not mentioning specific individuals or specific organizations unless the question (like "who is Satoshi Nakamoto?") cannot possibly be rephrased in a way that avoids doing so? Or maybe agree to hold questions that do involve reputations to a much higher standard (maybe only two votes to close)?
Bitcoin is a young technology and a "wild west". Many reputations are being formed and hierarchies established. People are abusing this site to carry out political campaigns, and I am quite certain that does not fall within the charter of "Q&A site".