Two things for this wonderful, discerning gentleman:
Number one- The argument of 'general welfare' is viable, but doesn't hold up. It says 'general welfare', not 'individual welfare'. Things like social security, medicare, and universal healthcare are not for general welfare, they are for individual welfare.
Number two- He ignores the rest of article one. It does not give the power to give universal healthcare to the nation to Congress anywhere. Sorry.
One more thing- in the words of my mother- "Baloney?! You're a bunch of baloney, you dweeb!"
(You gotta love my mom... :P Or at least, I do. )