Bill Clinton last night, after Bill O'Reilly asked him whom he'd vote for --Newt Gingrich or Mitt Romney.
"I am not going to get in that Republican primary. There's no way you could ask me..."
Then he quickly added:
"I also like Huntsman, you know, and if I voted for him, I'd be in the 1%, but he arguably has the most consistently conservative economic record of anybody running."
Huntsman has had a long line of Democrats praising him since he got in the race.
Barack Obama has had nice words for him, Jimmy Carter called him "very attractive to me, personally", Howard Dean has dubbed him the only "thinking man" in the 2012 field, and even Michael Moore (!) has said he likes the guy.
Also, note Clinton's calling Huntsman's record the "most consistently conservative". That's a narrative that Huntsman has been pushing heavily, as of late, with Gingrich and Romney's numerous flips on ideology and the chance to be the conservative alternative.
The only problem for Huntsman is that he ran from the label before it became hip, calling into question his commitment.