1. To achieve load balancing you need to have both the routes in the routing table at the same time.
2. with the configuration of default routes as you have done, the second default route wil not be available as long as 2 MB link is up and running. So if you need pure load balancing, you need to use same administrative distance for both the default routes.
The remaining ip rouite statements are of no use, because the ip addresses you have configured on the route statements are directly connected to your router.
If you need to route all traffic from e0 to s0 first and s1 (only when s0 fails), and all traffic from e1 to s1 first and s0 (only when s1 fails), you need to use policy routing.
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