A recent question caught my eye because it asked a perfectly valid question, but only one of the eight paragraphs in the question was actually directly related. The others contained subjective opinion about the state of online play in this particular game.
A commenter helpfully mentioned that the subjective info was not relevant and ought to be removed. The original poster replied in the vein of "Yes, but I want to hear what people think about this, and the subjective content by itself would be closed".
What is the best course of action at this point? The original poster has had the issue pointed out, and doesn't seem interested in conforming to the guidelines. I definitely don't want to close, because there's a valid question in there.
Would it be reasonable to edit out the extraneous information? I'm not afraid to use editing to improve a question, but I am extremely hesitant to remove such a large percentage of the original text. I feel editing should be used to smooth out rough corners, not alter the majority of the post.
The other options I see are to downvote and/or add another comment (for community solidarity, I guess?) or flag for moderator attention. However, flagging feels like just passing the buck. If I know what course of action to take and I have the ability to do so, I'd rather do it myself than pass it off for someone else to clean up.