Promote the general welfare, not PROVIDE for the general welfare. You cannot seem to grasp the concept.That's called a Straw Man. The fallacy includes any lame attempt to "prove" an argument by overstating, exaggerating, or over-simplifying the arguments of the opposing side. Such an approach is building a straw man argument. The name comes from the idea of a boxer or fighter who meticulously fashions a false opponent out of straw, like a scarecrow, and then easily knocks it over in the ring before his admiring audience. His "victory" is a hollow mockery, of course, because the straw-stuffed opponent is incapable of fighting back. When a writer makes a cartoon-like caricature of the opposing argument, ignoring the real or subtle points of contention, and then proceeds to knock down each "fake" point one-by-one, he has created a straw man argument. Why is it a Straw Man?? Because NOBODY has ever suggested we must assure "Equal Outcome". Only equal opportunity which of course is a Liberal Idea in the first place. It's wonderful that you agree to what Liberals have argued for forever. But equal outcome is not one of them. It's logically ridiculous to even suggest such a thing considering that no two people have the same talents and should never be expected to produce equal results. So we can dismiss your Straw Man for the BS that it is.
Next. the Preamble to the Constitution: "We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America." What is there in this statement an endorsement of conservatism? The conservative movement didn't even exist until the 1950's. I see nothing. In fact I do see something at the very beginning calling for NOT a perfect union, but rather a MORE PERFECT union. That means we try to improve on what came before without every thinking that we've perfected it. It's a work in PROGRESS. Not something completely finished. The United States is the Great Experiment in liberal Democracy. It's work is never done. And it's problems are met by our ingenuity and originality and always in keeping with the rights of man. That included ridding ourselves of the cancer of slavery, and it's siblings Jim Crow and Segregation. It meant going against the original idea in the constitution of giving women the right to vote. It was not then, nor was the idea ever about creating personal wealth. The risk taking was obvious in the risk of Revolution itself. If we'd lost, men would hang. But wealth was NEVER the idea behind the founding of the country. It was always about freedom and liberty. So don't go hanging your ideology onto the founding. It was never there. It was announced in the Declaration of Independence. Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness, and none of that is exlusive to creating wealth. If you want to try to get wealthy, go for it. But if you find success in being a great teacher, or a cop, or a fire fighter, or a soldier, then that's up to you and you aren't violating the purpose of the country to pursue it. You certainly aren't going to get wealthy doing those things.
So I'm sorry that YOU don't get the concept. But I'm not surprised.
Well then, congratulations, you are getting the country you want, high unemployment, high debt, low economic growth, and dependence on a large central govt.