There is, I think, one legitimate concern with the coalition. Not insurmountable, but legit.
The lack of western representation.
As others have ably pointed out, the shrieeeking over the 'seperatists' (often spelled like that just to drive me, personally, insane) is nonsensical. Ditto the shrieeeking over the 'socialists' (they can spell that one).
But it is true that the coalition needs some voices from western Canada.
So. There must be some red(dish) Tory MPs from the western provinces. (Anybody know?)
Or how about some Progressive Conservative Senators?
This handy list shows Senators alphabetically and includes the province/riding, year of appointment, and name of appointer.
There are four from the west appointed by Mulroney: Janis Johnson and Terry Stratton from Manitoba, Gerry St. Germain from BC, and David Tkachuk from Saskatchewan. (True, none from Alberta.)
The Big Brains should round up some sensible westerners and include them.
There. You're welcome.