Yeah, I think this is a question unlikely to apply in real life. Most wheels with aero spokes are pre-built, and they're diefinitely not touring wheels. The fact that they have aero spokes is unimportant next to the fact that they have few spokes, light-duty rims, and probably a spoke pattern that would make them inappropriate for loaded touring. A lot of these sorts of wheels aren't even field-serviceable, which is definitely a no-no on a touring bike.
You could lace a 32- or 36-spoke touring rim with aero spokes, or at least with elliptical spokes, but why on earth would you?
Training: 2002 Fuji Roubaix Pro (105 triple)
Commuting/Daytripping: 2001 Airborne Carpe Diem (Ultegra/XTR, touring wheels)
Commuting/Touring: 2000 Novara Randonee (Sora/Tiagra/LX, fenders, lights)