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Biden’s Economy Takes the Romance out of Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2022

With roses at least 54 percent more expensive and a box of chocolates costing upwards of $60 under the Biden Administration, this Valentine’s Day has some unexpected challenges that may encourage Americans to stay home. After all:

“Families’ budgets are red
The White House is blue
They said inflation would just be transitory
But we know now that’s not true.”

Look no further than the prices of traditional Valentine’s Day goods:


Even classic romantic comedy movies look different in the Biden economy. Here’s a sampling:

  • “Jobless in Seattle”
  • “How to Lose an Economy in 12 Months”
  • “You’ve Got Bills”
  • “Market Crashers”
  • “While You Were Surveilling”
  • “My Big Fat Greek-Style Fiscal Crisis”
  • “50 First Votes” (Starring: BBB)
  • “Tax Hikes, Actually”
  • “Never Been Processed” (Starring: Your Tax Return)
  • “Bridget Jones’s Dairy Price Increases”
  • “The 40-Year Surging”
  • “How Stella Got Her Backlog Done”
  • “Runaway Inflation”
  • “10 Things I Hate About UI Fraud”
  • “Four Quarters and Our Economy’s Funeral”
  • “When Reality Met Salary”

With Valentine’s Day on the rocks, no wonder Americans have lost confidence in President Biden’s competence to fix this economy.