So much for Valentine's Day.
For instance, after the United States and others started releasing frozen Iranian assets as part of the new nuke agreement, Tehran announced last week that they're sending warships to patrol our East coast.
The latest reports indicate that two Iranian naval vessels are somewhere near the southern tip of Africa and would soon be rounding the Cape of Good Hope and heading our way.
Of course, this isn't the first time Iran claimed their "fleet" was coming to shadow our shoreline - without result.
But while the Iranian naval task force doesn't currently pose a threat (due to a lack of weapon's punch) that could change if Iran joins the atomic bomb association and arms its ships with nukes in the future.
For the moment, the flotilla - which will almost certainly stay outside our territorial waters (12 miles) unless it wants to get spanked by the U.S. Navy - is meant to send a message at home and abroad.
Domestically, it's the regime's attempt to show strength and anti-Uncle Sam resolve to hardliners while negotiating with America over their nuclear program to allay concerns that they're going soft on the "Big Satan."