So, I went about it exactly the wrong way in the first place. Does anybody have any objection to tagging questions hearkening to the "best" of things and the "worst" of things with two tags.
Whatever the tag is, it shouldn't imply "this is the best question on programmers.se" nor should it imply that it is unto itself a worthless question. Nor should it encourage people to ask questions like that to gain rep, by definition the first comment should be to such a question "Make it CW, please" (not "HEY, don't you know anything? This should be CW").
This also, runs counter to the way people have thought about programmers.SE though, when I asked the Programming Plant question - I made it CW and people said that wasn't the right reason to make it CW. But I think a good reason to make a question CW is to show in good faith that you're not rep farming, even though you have an overly broad question.
"Best Delphi XE Reference" is in a different category than "Best Programming Condiment", but that's why there are 5 tags.
Maybe it's just as worthless as the subjective tag on SO was. But as so much vitriol has been spilled about this subject it seems like it better be discussed.
Please note, this is not meant as a repeat discussion of Programming Pickles. For better or worse, that's been pretty much settled. I'd like to see what the community thinks about tagging the questions that do remain, so that the ones that come up in the future will have a better chance of being seen by the users who have the right to see them and not have them immediately quashed by the powers that be.