Rand's answer is an excellent explanation of SE policy and why your specific question should remain undeleted (it increases searchability, and you can edit it to possibly re-open it). Additionally, it's worth noting that Law.SE has a question about getting one's own questions/answers deleted which notes that
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As the moderator who responded, I will explain what happened from my point of view. I initially responded to an auto-generated flag for too many comments. As I started pruning the comments I noticed that you were quite upset and were abusive to other users. Consequently, my first comment to you was:
You are clearly upset, but ranting about it is not going to solve anything. Please consider stepping away from the computer and taking a break.
Your first response to me (which you later deleted) indicated that you intended to "rage" and "troll":
yeah when i get misstreated and missjugded i rage a lot.... cause i know i am trying to explain somethign that i know its correct but none listens.... so troll mode on, yeah why not...
I therefore reminded you of the "be nice" rule (since you were abusive to other users) and told you that trolling would not be tolerated:
@hedgehog You are not being mistreated -- other users simply judged your question to be a duplicate and voted to close it, as is their right. You are not allowed to rage at other users -- you have to be nice. Trolling will not be tolerated.
Your response to that was to vandalize your question and delete it (after you had already vandalized it once before). I undeleted it, and you re-deleted it. I undeleted it once again and commented with links from Meta.SE explaining SE policy on deleting duplicates and vandalized (even self-vandalized) posts:
For the last time, do not delete duplicate questions. Also, do not vandalize your posts. You've now deleted it twice and vandalized it twice.
To summarize your behavior:
- You were abusive to other users.
- You stated you were in a "rage" and were in "troll mode".
- You vandalized and deleted your post twice.
Because of this behavior on your part, I warned you that you would be suspended if you continued such behavior. I also kept a close eye on the question throughout the day in case you came back to continue your behavior (that's how I noticed you kept deleting it).
Under more normal circumstances I would not have objected so strongly to the deletion of your question. I would have recommended you keep it undeleted per SE policy and for searchability, but I would not have undeleted it if you'd insisted. However, as I indicated in the comments, you appeared to be deleting your question in order to make good on your threat to engage in "troll mode".
As I said in my first comment to you, take a break and calm down. If you still think the question should be deleted after you've calmed down I won't undelete it. @Rand locked the post for a week, so you have until then to calm down and make a rational decision to delete it.