The arguments put forward by the 'No' side to date have received plenty of criticism, and this latest piece is no different in that regard. 

However, after it was posted up by The Rubberbandits on Facebook yesterday, this particular advertisement has been criticised for making huge leaps and bringing totally unrelated issues in to play, as it encourages people to think of "the great leaders of 1916" and vote against the amendment "in their honour". 

Pic via The Rubber Bandits/Facebook

One commenter stated the argument put forward in the piece was "splendidly incoherent" while another pointed out that they should have had someone proofread it for grammatical errors at least, saying "here's more than an apostrophe missing here".