The fourteen different cards also imagine conversations between the GOP and the gun lobby, "birthers," and radio host Rush Limbaugh.

"Even as most of the country isn’t feeling the love for House Republicans, John BoehnerJohn BoehnerChaffetz calls for ,500 legislator housing stipend GOP super-PAC promises big spending in 2018 Ryan reminds lawmakers to be on time for votes MORE and his Tea Party colleagues still have a few 'I love yous' of their own to send this Valentine’s Day," said DCCC spokesman Jesse Ferguson in a statement.

The cards serve partially as a response to a website debuted by the Republican National Committee earlier in the day. That page allows supporters to send virtual valentines that feature swipes at prominent Democrats like President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonChanging America, Part VI: America’s growing education divide Dems face identity crisis Chaffetz calls for ,500 legislator housing stipend MORE.