How would you respond to the question of why this is an issue Americans should care about?

First of all, in a time when we’re in such tough fiscal straits, every dollar counts … and the worst part is we’re not just spending the money, we’re spending the money on an institution that essentially goes against our interests. That’s the worst part of it. The money is being spent on fraud and waste and literally going against our interest and the interest of our allies. I think money makes a difference these days. I think Americans want to sleep at night knowing we live in a better world, and it’s clear that what we have in the United Nations is not accomplishing that.

Anything else you’d like to say to people considering watching the documentary?

I think the final thing is that this is not a straight-up, boring documentary. I went to great lengths to entertain you, and it’s a great date movie on a Saturday night, you know? You’re not gonna feel like you got ripped off. It’s also going to be on Video on Demand for every major cable company, so if you don’t want to go out and park your car and get babysitting, you can just dial it up and replace 90 minutes of "Snooki" with 90 minutes of a movie that will blow your head off.

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Anna Kuta is the editor of

Publication date: May 31, 2012