“…promote the general Welfare”. That can be interpreted to include many services to the people the government can provide-  some object that the “welfare” which actually becomes reality seems often to disproportionately benefit the wealthy (i.e.”corporate welfare”, Medicare, airports), and that which is deemed “too expensive” is that which most benefits the poor (i.e, WIC nutrition support, Medicaid, pure city water) This blog is devoted to the subject of welfare’s priorities, and how to pay for them, and who should pay for them.