A comment such as the one Michael Hampton left doesn't need an impassioned reply. You can simply wait until someone else comes by and answers your question, if they are so inclined. Remember that it takes 5 non-moderators to actually close a question.
We're a community of people who are passionate about doing things the right way, and for many of us that means the long-term right way. We don't like giving advice for dirty solutions, and if we see a mess, a lot of the time our first priority (professionally too) is to clean it up. A lot of us are also consultants who do things like architecture and things like cleaning up messes, and our regulars have very little compunction about telling a boss they're wrong. For many of us, telling the boss he's wrong is actually an important job function.
We don't, as a rule, specialize in doing wrong things because "it has been decided" by someone. While it's hard to put a finger on exactly what the Tao might be, I firmly believe it involves finding ways that combine or at least balance easy (for now) and correct (for later). There is a lot of experience in this community, and certainly part of that experience has taught us something about stop-gap solutions.
We're also a community of volunteers. We do this for fun. If someone is answering your question or giving advice, whether you like the advice or not, implying negative things like calling them smug and disconnected is a little rude. If nobody will enjoy answering your question in the way you want it answered, it might just not happen, but cajoling people into answering it and getting in fights won't improve the odds any.