I'd like to introduce a rule that I think we should consider. We are not here to be copy editors. We are not here to redraft emails, write speeches, tell you what to say. We're here to help people determine for themselves the best way to phrase something; to give advice for researching how to find the arguments you need. We're not here to come up with the argument or to put words in mouths.
If the goal of a question is "tell me what to say" or "re/write my email for me" - we should not answer these questions. These are the equivalent of the Stack Overflow "Give me teh codez" questions.
Many of these questions can be reworded in ways that will be more helpful to the general public but if all we're doing is rephrasing their email for them or telling them the words to say, we're not teaching them how to write those emails or find the words themselves.
To add to that, there is likely an infinite way to word these - none of which are likely more objectively "correct" than the others - and they need to take into account all of the concerns, which means that the perfect wording for one person will likely fail to help another. We need to be encouraging people to ask how they can write these themselves - what they should consider, etc.
If these are considered off topic, we should create a FAQ that will be used to guide users who have their questions closed for this reason in how to improve their questions.
We should also give guidance to our close voters about how to close these questions. Do they fit under a default close reason or do we need a custom close reason and, if so, what should it say?