I think you’ll find that a lot of people will do exactly that, demonstrating that they, at least, think it is in their best interests. My point is that saying “you shouldn’t want to do that” will be ineffective.
As long as we can come up with a coherent way to describe an account’s voting weight as of a given block, we can write a Snapshot strategy to implement it.
If we implement it only as a Snapshot strategy, it would create a divergence between Snapshot and onchain voting power. If we implement it using a(nother) wrapped token on chain, it would not - but options for that are a little more limited.
That is something that would need to be resolved in any system that allows staking tokens to have voting power.
Not a risk, because both onchain and offchain voting relies on snapshots as of a given block, so you can’t vote with flash-loaned tokens.
Not that I’m advocating this - but the DAO could choose to use treasury funds to buy back ENS tokens if it were running out.