Well, unfortunately, no--not yet. There was a bit of a rumor that the head of the Virginia AFL-CIO, Dan LeBlanc, might take him on. But, alas, no such luck. I asked Dan directly and he said, "I live outside the District in the Richmond area and plan on retiring next August, not many folks retire to Northern Virginia."
So, the floor is still open for primary opponents for Moran (that's in the 8th District in Virgina). He is not to be taken lightly (the credit card industry will pony up dough for him) but, aside from his pro-CAFTA vote, the guy has more ethical baggage than...well, a bunch of those guys up on The Hill. Maybe the first step would be for John Sweeney or some other top leaders to get the American Federation of Government Employees to go neutral on Moran, rather than support him. A plea for union solidarity, perhaps? Solidarity for all those workers who jobs are getting squashed thanks to so-called "free trade."