RNC Valentines Day Card
President Obama is featured on three different Valentine's Day cards produced by the RNC. Republican National Committee

Love is not in the air between Republican and Democratic leaders in Capitol Hill, a fact the Republican National Committee was unafraid to advertise this Valentine's Day.

During an appearance on Fox and Friends on Tuesday, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus emphasized the cards, which mock a variety of well-known liberal lawmakers, should not be interpreted as an insult to their political foes.

They're hilarious and it's meant in good fun, but I think we make a few political points as well, of course, said Priebus said.

The cards, available on the RNC Web site, include a picture of a prominent Democrat followed by a supposedly lighthearted but obviously personal jab.

I have a short list of Valentines this year. reads a card poking fun at Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, who is illustrated with part of his face cut off in a reference to his short stature.

A card featuring Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, a vocal critic of the GOP, states Happy Tuesday, that's as sweet as I get while another depicting the embattled former Rep. Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., shows him grimacing, followed by the caption, If anyone asks, I didn't send you this Valentine.

Democratic heavyweights such as Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Attorney General Eric Holder, and of course President Obama himself are also the butt of the RNC's Valentine's Day gag.