welfare powers must be specifically enumerated in the Constitution

Do you agree with former President Thomas Jefferson?

“Our tenet ever was that Congress had not unlimited power to provide for the general welfare, but were restrained to those specifically enumerated; and that, as it was never meant that they should provide for that welfare but by the exercise of the enumerated powers, so it could not have been meant they should raise money for purposes which the enumeration did not place under their action.”
— Thomas Jefferson letter to Albert Gallatin, June 16, 1817