It contains good information for countering the distortions coming from the unions - distortions which would have you believe that if Issue 2 isn't defeated, then all hell will break loose and everyone will die. Yes, that's an exaggeration, but it's fitting considering the union claims.
And in case you're wondering why I keep calling it 'union' claims, it's because all the anti-reform people are unions. The group, called We Are Ohio, claims to be a " citizen-driven, community-based, bipartisan coalition." But as that hero points out:
Their populist banner exists to hide the fact that opposition to union reform is driven by the unions – predominantly from D.C. If We Are Ohio is not “a citizen-driven, community-based, bipartisan coalition,” nothing else they say carries much weight… and not merely because they’ve been proven liars right out of the chute.
There is also a great chart on the linked blog post which shows where all the money for We Are Ohio is coming from. It shows that of the over $6.3 million raised so far, less than 1% (it's actually .6%) comes from individuals. The rest comes from unions and the Ohio Democratic Party.
That, along with this video (courtesy of GOHP blog) puts their ad in a different light.