Thank you very much for the clarification, Brian!
In this instance, I had interpreted this part of the constitution
When assessing the validity of a claimed Objection, the Facilitator may only judge whether the Objector presented the required arguments, and whether they were presented with logical reasoning and are thus reasonable. The Facilitator may not make a judgment on the basis of an argument’s accuracy or the importance of addressing it.
to give the Facilitator the power to judge whether or not an answer to the 4th objection question would meet the requirement of logic - thus judging if the presented objection is indeed due to a limitation, which led to my initial question.
But I also see now that this could be also interpreted as judging the argument's accuracy instead, which would be not allowed for the Facilitator.
Complicated - thanks for the clarification!