I just got done watching "The Pacific." And it didn't take long for the anti-Americanism to start. Not long into the first episode a bunch of soldiers on their way to Guadalcanal ask "what are we doing here?" "Why are we here?" Look, I know that it only took liberals 6 months to forget about 9-11 but I'm pretty sure that on August 7th 1942, 8 months after Pearl Harbor that every single soldier, and civilian remembered that event. Then after the first nights fighting one of our soldiers and a central figure for the show began feeling sorry for the Japanese. Taking out a family picture from an enemy soldier and thinking to himself, they're just like us. I wanted to yell at the tv, except for Pearl Harbor, that Imperialism thing, that vicious racism against anyone not Japanese. But then again that's how liberals see things. It's all about moral relativism. They aren't any worse or better than we are. This sure isn't anything close to Band of Brothers. I suppose Hanks didn't like the Nazi's, oh yeah, Hitler fought against his precious Russia and Stalin. I guess that makes sense.