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PUERTO RICO GOVERNOR SAYS WON'T PAY DEBT TOMORROW

BREAKING: Puerto Rico to default on bond payment tomorrow as governor declares debt moratorium for island's Govt. Development Bank

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So Is it finally, FINALLY all coming down? tell me what you guys think.

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They will get some kind of extension.. I have not even seen this in the MSM.. Like so many stories do not get reported..

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Not much news about it. The feds say no bailout. Is it time to declare it an independent country, hand the keys over to them? I say Yes. China might want to buy the whole tropical paradise.

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Isn't Puerto Rico where the IRS has its major headquarters/presence?  I need to research that, but I know I read it somewhere. 

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Just another Greece story, they'll get bailed as long as they agree to take a half million refugees..... Probably ;(

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4 minutes ago, 2QIK4U said:

Just another Greece story, they'll get bailed as long as they agree to take a half million refugees..... Probably ;(

They'll get bailed as long as they take refugees...is that what this is all about?  That's ludicrous, because that in turn makes the problem worse. 

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MAY DAY!  MAY DAY! What else is going to happen?

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