The general Welfare clause that regulates government spending is NOT found in the preamble to our Constitution! If you don't know where the general Welfare clause is in our Constitution your comments about it are those of someone who does not know it.
Then since Hamilton was only at the Constitutional Convention for about half of it, that he only spoke at it once, and was not a voting member of it renders that Supreme Court decision of questionable Constitutional validity. Try reading James Madison's Notes om the Constitutional Convention.
It's too bad you don't have any curiosity about the creation of our Constitution pdx rick.
The state can never straighten the crooked timber of humanity.
I'm a conservative because I question authority.