That is really the basis of Original Intent, the story of Ulysses at the Mast.
In the Odyssey, Ulysses is leading his men through dangerous straits, where the Sirens call out, luring sailors to deviate from the correct long-run course for short run game, and therefore to their doom.
Ulysses knows this, just as he also knows that when it comes time to sail through the Straits, he will in fact swerve due to the lure of the Sirens, instead of Staying the Course.
Tying his hands to the Mast, so that in spite of his crew's complaints, he can't swerve.
That is the same logic as Constitutionalism, to bind ourselves so that we don't do things in the moment that seem like a good idea, lured by popular demogogues to our doom.
Homer wasn't dumb, and neither were the people who wrote the Constitution, unlike the slanders put out by an alleged scholar of Constitutional law in the New York Times, calling for the Constitution to be abandoned.
That is merely the logical conclusion of Living Constitutional juriprudence, to abandon Constitutional frameworks, if the story of Ulysses means at least we can't say we weren't warned.
Whoever, unaware, comes close and hears the Sirens' [lucid song] will nevermore draw near... his home .... But if you wish to listen to their
song, just stand erect before the mast and ... tie fast your hands and feet
..... But... if you plead with [your crew] to loose those bonds, they
must add still more ropes and knots.