It's about time those "Occupy" camps were cleared, says ... Ralph Nader?

“I think it would have been done anyways,” he told The Daily Caller in an interview Monday, “because there were a lot of health problems, and they became magnets for poor people and homeless people concentrating in those areas, and the Occupy people just didn’t have the capacity to handle that.”

“In fact,” Nader explained, “some of the authorities urged homeless people to go down to the encampments and get a meal, or even stay there. So it was about time anyway, the winter is coming and I don’t think they were all that upset with having to find another locale — whether another building or something like upper New York, where Trinity Church has its own square, and if they say okay then the Occupy people can stay there for the duration.”