I think it's funny that there was a whole other thread about how people tell others oh you're not an N you're an S and telling people that they are ESTJ's. A lot of you commented on it and yet, here you are doing it to me. http://personalitycafe.com/entj-forum-executives/26583-entj-perc-mistyping-you.html You guys can do what ever, I'm not changing my type. I am a ENTJ. Take it or leave it I don't care.
People here are trying to help you because they have more experience in understanding how cognitive functions work. All your descriptions vaguely box extroverted+introverted functions in the same way when in fact they work differently. Ne and Ni have very few in common, Si and Se, etc. My Ne "idea generator" and an xNTJ Ni "idea generator" are as similar as an egg and a ball. Rounded forms, but no more... (well, I'm exaggerating a bit).
MBTI is a worse model than jungian cognitive functions; it's a oversimplified version. Typing yourself or any other person with MBTI could easily imply mistakes. A lot of people here have later changed their type after learning cognitive functions, but of course they still remain being the same people. Nobody is saying to you what you really are. Nobody knows better than you what you are, so your deffensive attitude is not necessary. But what they're saying is that the name you're putting to what you are is not correct.
Affirming you're a type does not make you being a type. Maybe what could happen here is that, after typing yourself as ENTJ using MBTI instead cognitive functions, you liked so much the description of this type that you refuse considering other options, specially if you have a negative idea for whatever reason about the other types that could match with you (a negative vision which could possibly have been fed by MBTI readings).
I agree with people here that you're not and ENTJ. Your way of writting, your expressions, you attitute... all points you're not an ENTJ. Even your username. No real ENTJ would choose it. It shows an attitude which does not mach with any point of the ENTJ spectrum.
My personal opinion, based in what I've readed in your posts, is that you could be an ENTP a bit hyperfocused in the external world (weak introverted functions).