The hospitality suite deserves scrutiny, of course, as any government-funded initiative does. As The Sun’s reporting notes, the bill came to more than $750 per guest. And when one’s guest list is as heavy on government employees as this one was, you have to wonder if perhaps pigs-in-the-blanket might be a better choice than crab cakes. But then, might that have diminished its value altogether? Might those in a position to add jobs to Tradepoint Atlantic, for example, have skipped the tent altogether if it served neighborhood birthday party fare? Perhaps some day we can quantify the cost and benefits of such calculations. But, at least for the moment, it’s all a bit too nebulous.