It's a common yeshivish style that rather than just say:
Rabbi X reads the verse as Y.
Rabbi X reads the verse as Y. And I think that fits well with the wording of such-and-such.
Instead you have to go:
Why exactly does the verse (Gemara, etc.) have to say this? It could have said that? Nothing is extra, so obviously it must be coming to teach us something? OH ... so Rabbi X says Y.
And sometimes the answer is better than the question.
It seems like we're getting some such questions here. Questioner isn't so much curious about an answer as interested in setting up a clothesline for some gishmacky vort they'd like to then say.
(Yes I've asked questions and then answered them, but they tend to be questions that I've actually wondered or heard others ask, before having an answer.)
Anything we should do about this? Other than me just being grouchy and not upvoting such questions.