A recent question has an answer that doesn't sit right with me: https://electronics.stackexchange.com/a/391241/91862
It consists of four completely different answers cut from a reddit thread about that exact question on Stack Exchange.
Now, I don't see a problem with cutting an answer from a third-party website - that's a perfectly fine way to answer a question (although in this case the optimal outcome would be if the reddit users had created an account and answered themselves).
My problem is that I can't upvote the one I think is correct or downvote ones I don't think makes any sense at all because they are all bunched together. I think this goes against the spirit of the Stack Exchange network - the goal is to have good solutions rise to the top by voting, which will hopefully be the correct solution.
What do you think should be done with the answer? Is it a rare case of an answer that should be turned into a wiki? Should we ask the user to split it up into four separate answers? Or am I just overreacting and we should leave it alone?