Goss Was Probably Bribed By Wilkes as a Congressman
It seems pretty clear to me that Porter Goss as a congressman serving on the intelligence committee participated in parties at the Watergate Hotel or elsewhere in which prostitutes were present. His number three man in the CIA Foggo was also present. Foggo is described as a life long friend of Brent Wilkes who arranged the stag poker parties in rented suites at the Watergate.
CIA officials were reportedly amazed that Goss chose Foggo to become the number 3 man in the CIA. The reason for this is apparently their mutual connection to Wilkes and perhaps the possibility that Goss was pressured by Foggo and or Goss needed Foggo at that level to stop and or destroy any investigation or evidence of their mutual scandalous activities involving Wilkes.
Harpers Magazine mentioned in an article that an investigation into the events surrounding the Watergate Hotel involved a former congressman who served on a intelligence committee (GOSS) who now holds a major intelligence post.
Ken Sliverstein who claims knowledge of these events is quoted in Harpers Magazine:
I've learned from a well-connected source that those under intense scrutiny by the FBI are current and former lawmakers on Defense and Intelligence comittees—including one person who now holds a powerful intelligence post.
Goss have now resigned, with Foggo expected to follo suit. I think the reason for the curt and quick goodbye from the Bush adminstration is that the Bush people know this story is about to break and it will be a scandal on the level of the Profumo scandal in London in the 60's. It will live on for years and be the mother of movies, TV series and endless talk for years to come.
The talk will be how a congressman who was associated in bribery and prostitution became head of the CIA. Porter Goss apparently took bribes as a congressman either in the form of cash or gifts (perhaps prostitutes) from the same man who bribed Duke Cunningham. Goss's mere presence at a party in which prostitues are hired for the purpose of currying the favor of the participants would qualify him as a person who participated not only in illegal activiity, but in accepting a bribe whether he took the services of a prostitute or not. The atmosphere of the party is in essence, a bribe.
This man who bried Duke Cunningham and organized the parties is Brent Wilkes, a defense contractor who appears to have tried to influence CIA and "lawmakers" to award his company contracts. Wilkes apparently has a number of associates with criminial records.