Planned Parenthood protestors just want to give you ‘the truth’

Mission Local spent some time with the anti-choice geezers forever posted up outside Planned Parenthood:

On a recent Friday afternoon, Ron Konopaski, 71, sets up a folding chair outside the clinic. It’s closed today, but that doesn’t matter. The retired dentist has been here every day since March 9. His duty is to ensure that at least two people are in front of the clinic at all times.

Konopaski and his fellow activists believe that abortion, even when due to rape, is an abomination to God’s plan. To them, the elements of a person begin at fertilization — a new life that no one other than God has the right to take.

“We’re trying to just give them the truth,” says Konopaski.

Read on.

17 Responses to “Planned Parenthood protestors just want to give you ‘the truth’”

  1. Jenky says:

    i think the proper term is “anti-death geezers”… pretty sure the only “choice” they are opposed to is killing. way to maintain the status quo cliché though! super novel!!

    • MrEricSir says:

      In a country that is currently fighting FOUR wars, you’d think they’d be focusing on people that were already born. But no, instead they’re telling women what to do based on their deluded belief that they are god’s soldiers.

      These men should be in a mental institution.

    • Bob says:

      So maybe they should go choose a corner on Int’l Blvd in Oakland to post up, and protest the killings that happen over there?

  2. This is why radio-controlled toy helicopters were invented: so we can drop flaming stink-bombs on these evil fuckers without getting arrested for it.

  3. Corpus Nerd says:

    Really uptight fascist conservatives are unsafe for women and girls.

  4. Fister Belvedere says:

    As much as I roll my eyes at these folds and their ‘truth’, it makes me remember that we are still free enough to protest.

  5. Jessica says:

    the republican ‘right’ seems to believe that by denying planned parenthood federal funds they will prevent abortions, but lets be realistic;if you have less women getting preventative services like birth control and morning after options, the reduced funding (NO federal funds are spent on abortions at planned parenthood; look it up) will reduce the services available and the people who need them will not have access… thus MORE unwanted pregnancies, and even MORE abortions or wards of the state…. is this an appropriate alternative? really?

  6. By the way, I did my required marriage blood test at SF Planned Parenthood. Don’t you jackasses believe in marriage?

  7. Todd1 says:

    Seriously Missioners- someone needs to egg these MFers.

    1 It ain’t a life at conception, just a blob of cells

    2 It ain’t your womb

    3 worry about the living

    4 there is no “god”

  8. Scott says:

    I thought sit-lie was being enforced, whats with all the chairs and stuff?