TL;DR: Should we change the title of the above question, and if so, what should it be changed to?
When I first saw the linked question, I expected it to be yet another angry post about Monica-gate that had, for some reason, not been moved to Meta. It's actually a question from a user who wants to write an angry letter to SE regarding Monica-gate, and wants to know "how to construct a resonating opening line" (in the general case).
The two most recent comments (with 1 and 4 upvotes respectively) indicate I'm not the only one who was confused by the title:
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the title is not representative of the question, and an edit to it has been rejected. Therefore, it does not fit the SE standards for proper questions. – Weckar E. 6 hours ago
The title should be changed, I understand the idea but if someone else is trying to find an answer to this and search for it this question won't come up most likely. – DJ Spicy Deluxe 6 hours ago
It's also worth mentioning that the post has hit the Hot Network Questions list, and such a provocative title is surefire clickbait.
I for one believe the question title should be edited, to include the "AKA..." line at the top of the question body, and make it clear that the "Dear Stack Exchange" part is an example. I propose the following:
"Dear Stack Exchange, I am very disappointed in you" - How to construct a strong opening line in a letter?
So why haven't I just gone ahead and made the edit? Well, if it's true (as Weckar E claimed) that an edit to change the title has already been rejected, then I fear we may end up in an edit war. And since we're down to one moderator - who I note has edited the question without changing the title, and after the above comments were made - such an edit war may take a long time to resolve.
So I ask you, the Writing community: Should we change the question's title, and if so, what should we change it to?