housingRobert Wolf, founder and CEO of 32 Advisors and former member of President Obama’s Job Council, in an interview to appear tonight on FOX Business Network’s (FBN) Cavuto (8PM/ET) discusses the government’s involvement in the housing market. Wolf said, “we need to get the private sector back into the housing market from a lending perspective” and that “I am sure the government would like to get the hell out of that.”

On whether the government has been too involved in areas it shouldn’t be:

“We need to get the private sector back into the housing market from a lending perspective, and by the way, I am sure the government would like to get the hell out of that as well.”

 

On President Obama pulling the plug on his Job Council:

“It was a two year charter, so not surprisingly the charter ended – let’s talk about what was done. The first year was really a lot of work together to figure out  ideas to make the U.S. more competitive. We came up with ideas, we had the Better Building Initiative, you have the Infrastructure Fast Permitting Initiative, you have Small Business U.S.A. Initiative, and I can keep going with travel and tourism initiative – that had winds. The second year was about execution, which we’re executing, so, and the proof is working because there are winds from this.”