The title is a pun. It is meant to sound like "The ayes have it."
Aye (pronounced just like eye) is a synonym for "yes," and is still used in parts of the U.K. and Ireland.
In parliamentary procedure, the ayes refers to the members of a congress, parliament or other formal meeting who voted "yes" on something. It is used, for example, in the U.S. Congress, the U.K. Parliament, corporate board meetings, and so on.
In this context, "to have it" means "to prevail." Therefore, the ayes have it means that there were enough "yes" votes for the measure to pass or succeed.
As Michael Harvey suggests in his comment:
It's [just] a stupid topic-related pun, like "Eye am here to help you" said the ophthalmologist.