Impossible decision.I had decided. I was going to BC. I had sent in my admissions deposit. I had met with prospective roommates. I had found an apartment I really liked in Newton. I had set up my BC E-Mail. I had stopped checking my mail nervously every morning. I had even stopped checking this web site.And then Georgetown emails me. I'm in off their waitlist.So... if anyone has any advice about this decision, tell me. I'm lost. I want to stay in Boston. I've lived almost all of my life here, it's where my friends and family are, it's where my casual semi-girlfriend is, it is the place I know, love and feel comfortable.I also want to have a future career in politics. I want to be able to get a job with typical progressive liberal organizations like the ACLU or the Sierra club. I want to be Josh Lyman in President Bartlett's cabinet (that's an exaggeration, but you know what I mean). I know from experience that such ACLU type jobs are extremely competitive and I don't want to end up working a generic legal job that doesn't feel like it contributes anything to society. My worst case scenerio is spending three years in any law school and ending up with one of those jobs. So my question for the people: how much of a competitive advantage is Georgetown in the marketplace? Obviously, choosing BC over Georgetown isn't professional suicide. But how big is the difference between the two? How foolish would it be to choose the lesser school between the two of them?