The Irish appear to have voted the right way when they were asked a second time round.
Opinion polls and informal exit polls indicate that the Irish will say "Yes" to the treaty - just 18 months after rejecting it in the first referendum...
Ireland's foreign minister predicted a convincing win for the "Yes" campaign.
"I am delighted for the country," Micheal Martin told Irish radio on Saturday.
Ireland's political establishment poured enough money into guaranteeing a YES vote - with the obligatory dollops of scaremongering and downright lying and defamation natch - but I suspect that they're not delighted for the country but for their own salary.
Of course, Ireland should never have had to have voted twice. Once was enough and it demonstrates the complete and utter disregard the EU and our political masters have for our opinions that Ireland was the only country to get a vote and that they had to be asked twice. What do we matter? We only pay the fucking bill.
From a personal point of view, the yes vote offers me the opportunity to firstly see which country Call Me Dave will hide behind now (will Klaus wait until a Tory victory in May?) and secondly I can't wait to see the reaction of the Irish yes voters and their dastardly politicians when their 'guarantees' are shredded by the legal entity which is the European Union.
If they're not included in any law then how are they legally binding? It's a question I expected the BBC to ask on one occasion at least but they're happy to promote the line that it will streamline the EU (fair point - it takes away the need for consensus and democracy is a tricky little blighter always getting in the way of their plans) and that the Irish have 'guarantees'.
Vote YES, get Blair. Although some of us have been pointing to that particular chestnut since December 2005 when rumours were rife he'd get the job if he'd slash the British rebate won for us by a decent Prime Minister.
Decent Prime Minister: there's a thought. Can't see one of those for the next 15 years.