Second time I've seen the same moderator call an answer a "comment" (and delete it), when the real issue is (let's be generous to the moderator here) the quality or correctness of the answer. Why would a mod delete an answer and call it a comment when it is clearly an answer? If it is a wrong answer, that still doesn't make it a comment.
From the rules:
Why and how are some answers deleted?
Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. This includes answers that are:
* commentary on the question or other answers * asking another, different question * “thanks!” or “me too!” responses * exact duplicates of other answers * barely more than a link to an external site * not even a partial answer to the actual question
QUESTION: Is there a built-in motivator for mindless clickiness on the part of moderators? Specifically, is there a reward for deleting down-voted answers and calling them comments?