I've been accused fairly frequently of being without compassion.
Frankly, I don't see it myself, unless my accusers mean that I am without the sort of fawning, sentimental emotionality that I find revolting. My "feeling" for people is usually expressed with a concerned gaze, a nod and some possible ideas on what could be done to help.
I honestly believe people who are "down" will have a chance to be "up" again in some way, and that suffering is a gift. Sometimes the best help I can offer is just this observation. Problem: This sort of talk sometimes gets me compared to John Wayne Gacy and other serial killers. In certain company I am expected to force a kind of bleating goat noise, tears and a supposedly-heartfelt "I'm with you buddy!!!" or something similar. I find I just can't do it.
So, common perception of ENTP's?