I see over on That's Ireland that Michael Nugent has put forth the case for a secular constitution, right about... here. I'm sure on reading this, most reasonable Irish people will be shocked to discover that we have a constitution, much less one that declares Jesus Christ (pictured, centre) Divine Lord over all us Micks.
Now, being an agnostic-atheist, I'm all for a secular constitution. But it's never going to happen. It's not that the majority of Irish are fervently religious, but rather that we're fervently lazy and whingy. And you can already hear the tired old responses; "Why are we shelling out cash on a bleedin' referendum to amend the constitution when they haven't even built the Bertie-Bowl yet?"
Jaysus, I hate this country.
(Picture courtesy of the excellent Why, That's Delightful.)