I realize this issue has been addressed here before a few months ago, but it seems to me we are still a little overly eager to close/hold questions as soon as they appear.
Apparently, this question was considered "unclear" to 3 people inside of the first hour. Since it's hard to see what is unclear about it -- keeping in mind "unclear" does not mean "I don't know the answer" -- I'm inclined to believe there are people who prefer to shoot first and ask questions later at anything that appears in the Close queue.
If you suspect a new question is unclear, but there is some unclearness in your suspicions, post the question on chat to get some opinions, and/or wait a few hours to see what happens with it. In this case, an answer appeared fairly quickly which I think makes it clear just how clear the question was.
If there is any ambiguity at all, you should leave a comment explaining your decision (IMO this should be mandatory for the first vote). This way, someone else can spot your mistake and respond directly to it before you inspire a whole stream of gunslingers to repeat it.
It is of course possible to reopen questions. However, this then creates more work and hassle for other members. It also creates the impression that we are a bunch of busy body zealots. There should be a reasonable balance between setting a high bar in terms of quality and keeping the site accessible to casual users.
When in doubt, ask someone else. Do not take the fact that something is in the close queue for evidence of the fact that it needs to be closed -- all of the five votes that are required should be thoughtful and considered, not just the first one.
[If the "question" here isn't clear, lol, I guess it is about whether or not other people have perceived the same problem generally.]