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Police Question Army Vet for Anti-Obama Message on Truck: 'Obama FUK Off' (He Says It's Not a Typo)

He says F-U-K actually is an acronym for "Fundamentally Useless Kenyan."

Police in Wisconsin questioned a U.S. Army veteran who had the words "Obama Fuk Off" painted on the tailgate of his Chevy pick-up truck in large white letters. Police say dispatchers received a complaint from a resident that the message was too profane for "kids in the area," the Smoking Gun reports.

Dennis Hamm, 55, was contacted by deputies with the Racine County Sheriff's Department after the anti-Obama message was first seen on his truck last week. Hamm reportedly told the deputies that he did not care how people felt about his anti-Obama ad on wheels.

Hamm also argued that he didn't misspell the f-word on his vehicle with "Fuk." He says F-U-K actually is an acronym for "Fundamentally Useless Kenyan," referring to President Obama.

The Smoking Gun reports that the sheriff’s report is being forwarded for review by the village attorney in Union Grove, where Hamm’s truck was spotted outside his Wisconsin home.

Hamm's Facebook page indicates that he served in the U.S. Army from 1973-1976. He goes by the nickname "Wild Boar" and describes himself as "Still fighting for the freedoms I served to protect. Carry a weapon as a means to convince those who have a distorted view of 'Free Enterprise' that things must be earned, not taken."

Hamm’s Facebook "favorites" include pages for Fox News Channel, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Gov. Scott Walker, Beretta USA and Electric Light Orchestra.

Here's a photo of his truck:

And a copy of the complaint:

This story has been updated.

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