Free Market America's launch video "If I wanted America to fail" has cracked the 2-million view mark, drawing continued national press attention

(Orlando, FL – May 4, 2012) In less than two weeks, Free Market America's viral video entitled "If I wanted America to fail" has accrued more than 2 million hits on YouTube. An interview with the group's executive director, Ryan Houck, was featured last night on Stossel, a hit Fox Business News program airing in primetime. The show's host, John Stossel, drew upon elements of the video throughout to highlight the program's theme, Regulated to Death.

"We continue to be thrilled by the response," said Ryan Houck, executive director of Free Market America. "John Stossel is one of the leading free market voices in America. The fact that the video continues to attract coverage and views from Americans of every political background is proof positive that our message—that environmental regulation run amok is a threat to prosperity—has struck a chord."

In addition to headlining The Drudge Report last week, the video has picked up coverage in Politico, The Hill, The Huffington Post, Fox News, Cavuto, The Five, MSN, The Washington Times, The Blaze, Breitbart, Rush Limbaugh, Neal Boortz, Glenn Beck and more.

Free Market Florida emerged from the 2010 "Vote No on 4" campaign having successfully defeated a Sierra Club-backed measure known as "Hometown Democracy." The group then tangled with EarthJustice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency before partnering with Americans for Limited Government in April to launch Free Market America -- a new national voice for economic freedom. The group's focus is environmental issues.

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