I am getting sick of repeatedly being blocked from reviewing. I evidently disagree with many other users, including the moderators, about where the cutoff should be drawn for whether response posts are actual answers or not. Every few months, I get a notification that I am leaving too many bad posts on the site because of my reviewing, and I am tired of it.
I think that I am being punished for voting to keep too many of what I feel are bad answers, but answers nonetheless. If other reviewers feel think differently, that is what the community reviewing system is for. However, punishing a user who draws the line for what constitutes an answer somewhat more leniently than average undermines, I believe, the "democratic" nature of the Stack Exchange system.
I want to have a broader discussion of this issue, and I also specifically want to make my case that my reviewing has been, in the vast majority of cases, reasonable. So here is a list of every answer that I voted to leave alone since the beginning of February, along with my thoughts on each post. Given that they ended up in the review queue, these tend not to be particularly good posts, but they typically represent a genuine attempt to answer a question.
Why couldn't Voldemort view the prophecy without Harry's help? (I think this was a reasonable contribution, attempting to answer the question.)
Why did Doc build the Time Train? (This is genuinely not an answer, I cannot say why I did not vote to delete.)
Is this JK Rowling "pocketeded" story true? (It's a minimal answer, but it does have a germ of information that provides an answer about the situation described.)
Why was Marty fired in 2015? (This one is again an answer, although clearly not in the frame intended by the question.)
How is Bumblebee able to use his own voice? (This answer is purely speculation and not very good; however, it has not yet been deleted.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/141086 (This is speculation, but it does provide an answer.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/141208 (This one is absolutely clearly an answer; it just happens to be almost as obviously wrong.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/141370 (This answer says something about what the author has said—without citation, but nonetheless extremely relevant if true.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/141416 (This one is quite informative, although I admit that it does not actually represent an answer. However, two other users voted to leave the post.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/141409 (This one is only a link to a video; however, the video definitely does answer the question.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/141671 (This is is an answer, with some evidence, albeit supplied sarcastically.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/141695 (Just because a community wiki answer exists, other uses are not obligated to use it; the information in the post itself is pertinent as an answer.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/142033 (This one provides relevant information, including a reference to the source that was used.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/142147 (This one is clearly a legitimate attempt to answer, and it has not been deleted.)
https://scifi.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/142281 (This one seems speculative and cites no sources, but it is unquestionably a topical attempt at an answer.)
I count two of them that are truly not answers, and I am not defending my votes in those cases (although of those two, one of them has still not been deleted). Moreover, I am not defending any of the posts I have listed above as good answers; almost uniformly they are not. However, the do represent good-faith attempts to answer the questions. Some of them are wrong, speculative (or otherwise unsupported), or seemingly mistaken about what kind of answer the asker was looking for; but that does not mean that they are not answers. Bad answers are supposed to be downvoted, not merely deleted through the review process.