By doing so, I went straight to the point. I'm sure that if any other type would have complained, you would have probably half-ignored them.
And you see: I was correct. There is something personal in the way you defend, it proves you feel involved.
The question never was to "react to a light criticism", but to correct a false stereotype. I hoped it would help you improve, somehow.
I don't mind being criticized, but it has to be the truth if you want to be effective. And if you are reacting rather vehemently, it's because we are questionning the validity of your analysis (rational stance), not because we are whining about our belly button.
Again, I don't think there are a lot of misanthropic ENTPs. Some for sure (look at Nocapsy for instance, he shares a lot with you).
We have dozens of horrible flaws you could have criticized instead: the fact we can occasionally behave like ill-mannered jerks (and not realize it), that we can lie and feel no guilt about it (or very little), that we are lazy, narcissistic, dishonest, have no conception of morals or ethics whatsoever, that we are attention whores and so on, and so on...
But we are not misanthropes. In fact, the classical stereotype used to describe our impish nature is that we may even sympathize with our victims, just a few moments after having tormenting them, and share a drink to redeem ourselves.
According to a strict Jungian analysis, ENTPs are Ne-Ti-Fe (Si). This means that if we follow the theory to the letter, when you'll grow up, you should eventually look more and more like a Fe user, since the tertiary function is supposed to become the one you see the most on surface, on first contact (Even if our own tertiary Fe will never be used the way a "natural" Fe-user will).
That probably explains why a lot of ENTPs are fascinated with INFJs , but that's only my opinion (auxiliary Fe: they hold the key to better us, to balance us; they are our mentors, and we are theirs).