A friend and I had lunch today. He carries. We got into a discussion about whether an enemy would invade the USA. We agreed that even in the worst case scenario if our domestically based war fighters were overcome or isolated people like us would rise up. I decided to look for anything that might substantiate that opinion. I just went searching and I found this quote from Japanese Admiral Yamamoto who lived in the USA for years before he planned the attack on Pearl Harbor. He said: "You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass." - Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto I remember reading about other enemy leaders offering similar opinions. I going to look for them, and when I find them I will post them here.