Just because a person is a feeler, it doesn't equate them to being good..
I know lots of people who are feelers who are 'ignorant' feelers who harp a lot about political b.s. that half the times they don't understand where they're arguing from, though with good intentions, it doesn't mean that were 'good' people. Some were more hypocritical than others, using their self-righteousness to back inhumanity (especially the ones who try to justify wars using religion).
I've also known the thinking types of personalities who had ethical values/treated those who were socioeconomically poorer than they were with Respect, in which the feelers did not.
It highly depends on the individual persons involved. In other words, feeler doesn't equal good. Good depends on a person's values combined with how they treat others when they think no one's watching. My problem is when people try to make it seem as though being a thinker means being immoral, which is far from the truth.