I’m arguing against some poorly thought out motivations; eg “don’t do anything that most people would disagree with most of the time”. This falls apart if you can act to change “people would disagree with” through some means other than preference satisfaction.
That is all fine and well but that is beyond the scope of moral statements. Thats just thinking about why do people make decisions and whether those decisions are good or bad. If you were buddhist you might not do that because you don’t want your Karma mixed up with the event going on and so on.