Pragmatic decision making isn't actually all that rigid when done well, and even so, this is quite different from observing there are people out there who reject extroverted decision making.
I discovered an alarming thing about an acquaintance recently. He's ISFP and bitches often but quite mildly about an irritating take charge guy we both know who I dislike quite a lot. I was puzzled by the mildness of ISFP's bitching. "If you don't like it--" I was saying, but then was struck... "Omg," I said. "YOU LIKE IT!" He dislikes this take charge guy bossing him around, but is pleased enough with the results. (Take Charge Guy sets up part time work for ISFP. This works mostly to the advantage of Take Charge Guy because he gets more money from other people by having ISFP come around, but I'm pretty sure, judged by actions, that ISFP doesn't actually care that much since he gets his walking around money too.)
And I'm like, whatever, man, love that part of yourself and I won't have to listen to the bitching any more. The bitching has it's place, I'm sure, BUT YOU'VE MADE AN EXTROVERTED JUDGMENT RIGHT THERE, HOMIE. IT'S AN UNCONSCIOUS DECISION ABOUT HOW TO SET UP THE WORLD BUT IT'S WORKING FOR YOU, ISN'T IT, SO HOW ABOUT THAT, EH?!
I hereby generalise to all Ps.