5 debt ceiling deniers in their own words

The president says raise the debt ceiling or risk default and recession. But not everybody's buying it.

'Bring stability to world markets'

debt ceiling doubt Ted Yoho

"I think we need to have that moment where we realize [we're] going broke. I think, personally, it would bring stability to the world markets."

-- Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) told The Washington Post.

Investors aren't as confident as this freshman congressman. Economists and budget experts warn that a failure to raise the debt ceiling could send the stock market plummeting and even create another recession.

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  @melhicken - Last updated October 16 2013 11:42 AM ET
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