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    Default Tea Party's Raison D'etre : Keep USA from paying principal & interest to its T-bond holders ...

    The Tea Party's Raison D'etre -- [if there is such a thing] is probably this:

    To Keep the USA from paying principal and interest to its T-bond holders ...

    I don't know if I would go as far as saying "Helping the US into a sovereign default sooner that normal" -- but broad probability political trend analysis suggests that some possibility of this exists.

    I get the impression that if [mainly governmental] non-US bond holders don't kill off all the people involved in this imaginary imitation non-movement that they will find themselves holding billions of USD in worthless T-bond paper. Many people say there is a global finance war going on, so large scale killing is to be expected in many 'off fronts'. The "Tea Party" is a classical 'off front' -- much like the Emden in 1914 in the Indian Ocean.

    On the other hand, if the Democrats were wanting to be real sovereigns and put thru real policy -- anything short of a large scale use of the presidents power [with respect to unlimited liquidations of US nationals] to clear away and totally erase from existence this palace coup movement.

    Mathematical guesstimates suggest that probably 5000 people will need to be killed off in the US over the creation of Tungsten bars being masqueraded as Gold bars row.
    The guesstimates for Silver Market manipulations are partly included in this number.

    It's not my job to interfere here -- I am only observing nature and commenting on it. The non-US T-bond holders, and the Democrats (if they are acting as sovereigns) are on there own here.

    It will be interesting to see how it all unfurls however...
    Last edited by billstew; 04-19-10 at 07:21 AM. Reason: content clarity

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