Missile Defense! Where should they put the East Coast missile defense site? (A Loop Contest.)

(Marlon Correa)

Friday’s the deadline for entries to the Loop’s contest to figure out where Congress should put that East Coast missile defense site. A really good suggestion may induce the Senate to agree with the House’s proposal to protect us — now that the Nationals are finally winning — from Iran’s potential long-range missiles.

You can leave your entry as a comment on the blog — you may want to double-check that there’s an active e-mail address associated with your washingtonpost.com log-in.

You can also e-mail us at intheloop@washpost.com. (Please make sure you include a home or cellphone number so we can contact you.)

The top five winners will receive a coveted In the Loop T-shirt and the usual bragging rights when we announce winners. (If you need to enter “on background,” that’s fine.)

Good luck.

Al Kamen, an award-winning columnist on the national staff of The Washington Post, created the “In the Loop” column in 1993.


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