Overrides popular sovereignity: While common good originalism is distinct from Professor Vermeule’s own “common good constitutionalism” theory of interpretation, it nonetheless shares Professor Vermeule’s belief that solipsistic citizens’ “own perceptions of what is best for them” are, for all intents and purposes, constitutionally irrelevant. (953) [emphasis added]
Allows states to ignore the Supreme Court: We must leave no stone unturned, including ... ending once and for all the anti-constitutional but nonetheless widely held post-Cooper v. Aaron belief in judicial supremacy. [held that "States must obey the decisions of the Supreme Court and cannot refuse to follow them." Desegregation case. "... plan of desegregation are reinstated, effective immediately."] [emphasis added]

Asserts that conservative originalism does not a normative constitutional interpretation.
Conservatism is preeminently concerned with the nation-state, communitarian institutions, and the teleological ends of man.
Focuses on claimed common good concepts of the Preamble.
Ignores the individual rights focus of the second paragraph of the Declaration ... all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, ....

Fundamental conception: man as means to fulfill another's ends.

Does not fit with the Major Questions Doctrine recently created.
Declines to accept responsbility for resulting conclusion regarding Eight Amendment.
Declines to state, as opposed to reference, conclusion regarding birthright citizenship.

Hammer, Josh Common Good Originalism (PDF) 2021