But Scott made the unforced “error” of endorsing the Medicaid expansion for about 20 minutes last year.
But their not-so-subtle digs at President George W. Bush paper over their own unforced errors.
Like the mercurial McCain, Romney has run an erratic campaign, filled with unforced errors by the candidate himself.
There has always had to be an unforced, unforceable motion of the heart to go with the visible, social stuff.
He lacked basic political skills, and his unforced errors and muddled messaging unnecessarily antagonized conservatives.
This kindness was not hypocrisy, but simple, unforced good nature.
Poetry and religious feeling will be the unforced flowers of life.
His satires and moralities seem natural, the unforced expression of his vigorous, observant nature.
The author's style is simple, natural, and unforced, rather the expression of the scientific than of the literary type of mind.
As I look back upon it, Calvin's life seems to me a fortunate one, for it was natural and unforced.