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For the record, here is what a "stolen election" looks like:

Syria's President Bashar Assad is sworn in for a second, seven-year term in office, in Damascus, Tuesday July 17, 2007. The Syrian leader took the oath of office before the 250-seat People's Assembly, or parliament. Assad was re-elected May 27 by 97.62 percent of the votes in a national referendum. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)


For previous coverage of this Pelosi-approved election, head on over here. I've got other photos of this historic occasion, plus a bonus Helen Thomas Sighting™, beyond the fold!
Syria's President Bashar Assad waves to legislators shortly before he is sworn in for a second, seven-year term in office, in Damascus, Tuesday July 17, 2007. The Syrian leader took the oath of office before the 250-seat People's Assembly, or parliament. Assad was re-elected May 27 by 97.62 percent of the votes in a national referendum. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)


Syria's President Bashar Assad waves to legislators shortly before he is sworn in for a second, seven-year term in office, in Damascus, Tuesday July 17, 2007. The Syrian leader took the oath of office before the 250-seat People's Assembly, or parliament. Assad was re-elected May 27 by 97.62 percent of the votes in a national referendum. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)


Syria's President Bashar Assad addresses parliament shortly after he was sworn in for a second, seven-year term in office, in Damascus, Tuesday July 17, 2007. The Syrian leader took the oath of office before the 250-seat People's Assembly, or parliament. Assad was re-elected May 27 by 97.62 percent of the votes in a national referendum. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)


Syria's President Bashar Assad is sworn in for a second, seven-year term in office, in Damascus, Tuesday July 17, 2007. The Syrian leader took the oath of office before the 250-seat People's Assembly, or parliament. Assad was re-elected May 27 by 97.62 percent of the votes in a national referendum. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)


Syria's President Bashar Assad addresses parliament shortly after he was sworn in for a second, seven-year term in office, in Damascus, Tuesday July 17, 2007. The Syrian leader took the oath of office before the 250-seat People's Assembly, or parliament. Assad was re-elected May 27 by 97.62 percent of the votes in a national referendum. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)


And now, what you all have been waiting for—See if you can spot Helen Thomas™ in this picture:

Syria's President Bashar Assad waves to legislators shortly before he is sworn in for a second, seven-year term in office, in Damascus, Tuesday July 17, 2007. The Syrian leader took the oath of office before the 250-seat People's Assembly, or parliament. Assad was re-elected May 27 by 97.62 percent of the votes in a national referendum. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)

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Comments:

#1 captainfish 17-Jul-2007
I wonder how long the lowly candidate who got the 3% will live?
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