Finally found another who saw this movie for what it is, a politically correct waste of time for all who actually analyze what they watch. The beef of the action was sadly summarized in a musical montage for Pete's sake. If you want a movie that does the USA v nazi adventure genre right go watch The Rocketeer.
This reviewer doesn't dislike the film on the same grounds you do, so I don't know what you're babbling about. I'm sorry Captain America really didn't fight Nazis in the film, but if it was up to you, Cap would be fighting real Nazis, and some people would object to it on the grounds that there is a superhero fighting in a real war.
The Rocketeer cane out decades ago; if it came out today, it would not have had the "balls" you think Captain America lacked. While Rocketeer does involve Nazis, it wasn't to make some deep pro-America political statement.
Plus, if Captain America did have Nazis and Cap actually punching Hitler, would you have liked it more? Doesn't seem like it to me, so I think this movie did just fine.
I will argue that Captain America is the EPITOME of American values. By not involving Nazis in the film, it was open to a wider audience, and the toy sales are possible since toy companies don't have to figure out how to sell the Nazi symbol on their products. America is a capitalist society.
I'm not pro political correctness, but a mainstream superhero film is not the place to make political statements, The original Captain America comics were right for the time, because they came out DURING THE WAR. Now we don't even have Nazis. DO we have to tell the world we hate bad people and Nazis? I thought we proved that in WWII, and every war since then.
SO you can go and believe that you really "saw" something in this film that others didn't but this is not a masterwork of fiction. It doesn't take a college degree to draw some message from a superhero film. You're utterly ridiculous.