This gets confusing because route-maps are showing up everywhere these days. However, I believe that when used this way the route map is being used for its original purpose. That is it filters routes from advertisements, it does not control where those advertisements go. That is to say that if you had multiple default routes but only want the default orignate command to advetised a subset of them this route map would filter out the ones that should not be advertised. They will still get advertised out all interfaces that run ospf.
If anyone has a good summary of the different ways route maps are used I'd like to see it.
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