Benefit for unworthy persons, who are not Real Americans, as opposed to tax cuts for the rich.
Getting their grubby paws on your Medicare and Social Security. But don't worry. It's all right as long as Blacks get hurt worse, according to Lee Atwater.
The doctrine that Congress has only the powers specifically stated in the Constitution, so that the Commerce Clause, the Equal Protection Clause, and other general clauses in the Constitution are nullities, conferring no actual powers. In particular, Congress did not have the authority to use both Commerce and Equal Protection to pass the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts, nor did the Supreme Court have the authority in Brown v. Board of Education to overturn Plessey v. Ferguson, making segregation and the rest of Jim Crow illegal, nor did President Eisenhower have the authority to send Federal troops to enforce Brown v. Board.—Sen. Tom Coburn at Elena Kagan hearings
Giving tax breaks to the rich while gutting social programs for the poor, women, and minorities, stripping union rights, and increasing taxes on the poor, women, the blind, the aged, and the young. Numerous Republican governors.