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Comment: I'm wrestling' with this one Mr. Woods.

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I'm wrestling' with this one Mr. Woods.

Included in the first enumerated power is "...provide for...the general welfare;...", which is open for a wide range of interpretation; as if the framers ultimately left it up to the people to decide what it means.
Conversely, contstitutional taxing authority to achieve such an end is clearly defined, and there is the error of Roberts' ruling. He created an extra-constitutional tax which enables the fedguv to ignore the taxing provisions of the Constitution, a clear violation of enumerated powers, and of his oath of office.

Undo what Wilson did