Too bad the Constitution is only one sentence and semi-colons to divide the clauses in Art1Sect8, isn't it? It wrecks your whole argument.
Those semi-colons link the beginning of the sentence to the ending, which is
To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.
The phrase "foregoing powers" gives you people no weasel room, nor does "all other Powers vested by this Constitution".
It says, quite plainly, that those listed powers are not only THE powers Congress has, but ONLY the powers Congress has.
And, to ice the cake, the Tenth Amendment makes that perfectly plain that if it's not specifically listed as a power reserved to the federal government, the federal government DOES NOT have that power.
End of Play.
Listen to the fat lady singing.
Your desire to invent ambiguity where none exists is merely an expression of your desire to impose illegal social programs on a formerly free people.