Yes, he could have been braver about closing Guantánamo and undoing the damage to civil liberties inflicted by George W. Bush.
Now that Italy's prime minster is out, the hard work of undoing his many wrongs begins.
This is why the sanctions don't even come close to undoing the damage that's been done to Sandusky's victims.
Too much of anything, even a good thing, may prove to be our undoing…[We] need ...to set definite boundaries on our appetites.
Just as Strauss-Kahn critics joked that his zipper could be his undoing, Sarkozy cynics bet on a baby.
I was standing by Maurice von Lynar, undoing the cord from his neck.
It was in one of these abductions that he worked his own undoing.
The very dreaming of the scientific imagination is its undoing.
Two other legends may be noticed on the mode of undoing the spell.
How well Miss Preston was aware of their besetting sins, and how shrewdly did she use them to their undoing.