Do you consider the Social Security system to be unconstitutional?

Do you consider the Social Security system to be unconstitutional?

“Social Security was established in the wake of the Great Depression when Americans saw firsthand the ravages of losing income and being left in old age with no means of sustenance. Social Security Act of 1935 is entitled as “an Act to Provide for the General Welfare.” Since the federal government required the constitutional authority to force the people of the several States to participate in a federal retirement or insurance program, Social Security was structured as an excise tax under Article I, Section 8, Clause 1. The general welfare verbiage makes it appear as if the federal government was exercising a legitimate constitutional power. Excise taxes are voluntary taxes. This theory raises questions on the authenticity of the program.
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