The people who removed the draws from Flesh said that they wanted a "true redpoint" of the route. To them, sending the route on fixed draws would have somehow lessened the accomplishment. I respect their desire to do this, however, I believe that if you take someone's draws down you have a responsibility to put them back up again. Leaving them clipped to the first draw, or at the base, is simply inviting the theft of these draws.
You never know why a climber has chosen to fix draws on the route, but you can be certain that they do have a reason. Often, this is a shorter climber who can not safely hang a draw, or has a really difficult time hanging the draw, although the route is within his or her abilities. Being 5 foot 2 myself, I run into this problem a lot. Yes, it does make me stronger to push myself to hang these draws...but that should be my decision.
If you do not trust the condition of the fixed draws, you can clip your own draws beneath the fixed draw (the hangers are large enough), or replace the draws. This way, you will not force your opinion about fixed draws on someone else.