You're free to use your votes absolutely anyway you see fit, which you see irrefutable proof of here (no way that question objectively merits 158 upvotes).
However, I don't think you'll find anyone who says it's a good use of a vote to downvote a question because the OP takes longer than you'd like to respond to comments.
That said, I'll happily downvote questions that are too vague, incomplete, etc. and undo my downvote (or even reverse it to an upvote) when/if I notice the OP including more information in his question, sufficient to make it a useful question.
And speaking of voting on questions and the behavior of the original poster, there are more than a few examples of questions being heavily downvoted because the OP was being an ass. (One recent one can be found through a Meta thread here, another is here.)
I think we'd like to believe the downvotes were because the poor behavior of the OP stripped the question of any value, but it would be pretty naive to think that the majority of the downvotes were for any reason other than ~
you're pissing me off, have a downvote, @%$hole.