Schools in Clay County, Tennessee have closed their doors while they try to figure out how to fund the school system for the rest of the year. But it’s not due to financial irresponsibility on the part of school officials or a lack of revenue. It’s because they are unable to meet the financial mandates of ObamaCare. That’s right. The Affordable Care Act isn’t very affordable, it turns out. Of course, this wasn’t supposed to happen. I mean, insurance premiums were supposed to go down by $2,500. Obama said they would.