OK, all hospital issues aside, shouldn't our elected HOA officials be impartial when it comes to matter directly affecting all of our community on such a grand scale? No seriously, I'm asking....I really don’t know the answer, but I would think it's 'yes'. If you turn to page 6 of today's Washington Post's Loudoun Extra section you will find a 6 paragraph editorial signed by our HOA President, Mr. Cliff Keirce. In it he explains INOVA's short comings and HCA's positives, which I would interpret as him being quite pro BRMC. That's fine, everyone is entitled to their opinion, but should he, as our HOA president, have it printed in the Washington Post? I would think this would give an unfair advantage to HCA, being able to say "Well, Cliff Keirce, speaking as the president of the Broadlands Home Owners Association, supports us, shouldn't you?" Again, I understand we elect officials based on their platforms, but something about having our HOA president share his opinion in the Post seems improper. Oh, and for the record, I don’t care either way if they build it or not. As a volunteer firefighter here in Ashburn, I welcome more medical facilities, but on the other hand if I was a firefighter in South Riding, I would probably want something closer to me. Brewer.