Not all of the LibDem grassroots are thrilled at the prospect of a Lib-Con coalition, nor all of the Tory grassroots for that matter.
So it has fallen to blogger Guido Fawkes to cheerlead for the "coalition of change" - despite previously being a self-declared political nihilist.
The blog's author Paul Staines seems to mainly be aiming mainly to influence opponents of Lib-Connery among the Tory netroots, such as The Spectator's Fraser Nelson.
But couldn't he be doing more to exert influence on LibDem activists too?
Next Left broke the important political news last year that the author of Britain's most popular political blog was considering joining the LibDems.
So perhaps the time has come.
Would it not considerably sweeten the coalition talks if Nick Clegg was to know that - were he to put David Cameron into number 10 and joins his Cabinet - the LibDem blogosphere would have a new recruit?
It is unlikely that even the famous LibDem "triple lock" will lead to a members' ballot. Still, there could be trouble ahead.
So, if Guido can an infiltration of pro-coalition co-conspirators, that could be just what Clegg (and Cameron) need.