Here's why this anarchist doesn't support this scheme:
1. I accept little to none of its reification: its language; morality; unspoken/unexamined presuppositions; the logic derived thereof; its intentions; its a-historical, un-lived 'theory'; as well as any attempt in imposing it all now.
2. I have no desire to police myself or others by way of its flimsy and hypocritical moral notions, the 'universality' of which has shown time and again changeable by those in power when convenient to them, be they called 'monarchs,' or 'property owners.' 'Rights' (and 'rights' talk) always follows might. So-called 'common law' is no different.
3. I don't give fuck one about little pieces of paper justifying this code of hammurabbit any more than I do the bible, the torah, buddha's words, thomas jefferson, blackstone, the US code, or any other. Your love of little pieces of paper betrays you in actual history, since it was your beloved US which conquered ('might') and granted 'rights' on paper to the native peoples ('forever'/ 'in perpetuity' in many cases) and then shit on them when your little burgher-kings found it advantageous to do so...I think it now comes to about 371 times. But, please inform us of the lawful and moral intricacies of how these US laws signed by the US didn't apply to the US, even in the earliest days of your beloved US republic. Actually, don't inform us, since it's all pretty obvious (see #4).
4. I am wholly unaccountable to you or anyone else in providing a reasoned analysis *on your terms (see #1 and 2)*. I frankly find your idealistic, a-historical love of 1830s-era-USA quite nauseating given it's grounding in state coercion, genocide, colonization, imperialism, theft, hypocrisy, contradiction, metaphysical hokum, dehumanization, slavery, work, etc.
edit for ease of reading, typo and my dyslexia