"I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and gosh darn it, people like me." So said Stuart Smalley, the fictional 12-stepper in recovery created by SNL. And so too, the Boston Globe seems to require its Daily Affirmation. Today's boston.com reveals that the Globe is worried that the resurgence of the Celtics (along with Patriots Nation) may be threatening the status of their darling (and partially owned) Red Sox as the region's favorite team. So on the day after the Celtics victory parade, they publish a puff piece documenting an admittedly "informal survey" which supposedly proves that Boston remains a "Baseball Town" (whatever that means) and that the aforementioned sport is the one "most closely knitted into the fabric of the city". Good grief, Globe. Are you getting a little worried? Could you be a little more insecure? A little more transparently self-serving? I don't think so. http://www.boston.com/sports/baseba.../20/leprechaun_hailed_but_sox_still_hub_king/ Wow. The Globe has sunk to a new low.