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MySQL Update Statement Syntax / PDO

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I recently added PDO support to our server.  Not surprisingly, some php scripts that worked before this update are now glitching up.  I have a very simple script that updates a field in a database when a form is submitted.  This SQL statement works when I execute it in phpMyAdmin.  When the form is submitted, it does not work; however, I don't get an error message. Everything in the targeted field in the database gets erased.  Nothing gets updated.  

Here is my code.  Anyone have an idea what's going on?  I know this has to be something stupid that I'm missing.
$sqlone = "UPDATE specials SET content = '$content' WHERE label = 'specials'";
$queryone = mysql_query("$sqlone", $con);
if(!$queryone){
die(mysql_error($con));
}

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