According to the Associated Press, an analysis of Perry’s radical initiative in Texas which destroyed patients’ rights reveals a more complicated bottom line than his campaign rhetoric he’s feeding the country. State medical data shows that the number of physicians practicing in the entire State of Texas has increased, but the numbers are considerably less than the total Perry cites. Additionally, the information Perry provides is misleading since the majority of the doctors are in larger cities where health care was already abundant. Perry clearly doesn’t want the country to know about large rural swaths of Texas still without doctors. The only ones who benefitted from the elimination of medical negligence law are the insurance companies.