There are more NPs (especially FNPs and AGPCNPs) than there are jobs in many areas. That's just reality. I'm surprised that people are arguing over this.
It's not really about feeling "entitled" to jobs, but nobody in their right mind would want their field to be saturated.
Why do you think people are flocking into psychiatry? (Certainly not because they suddenly discover their love of psych after spending 20 years in ICU or as FNP.) It's the money, benefits, and abundance of opportunities. Who doesn't want to have 10+ job offers lined up within a 30-min drive of their home and have their pick of the highest-paid job offers with the best benefits? Or even just the option of saying "screw you" when an employer gives a low-ball offer, because you're not worried about whether you'll have a job to make your next rental payment.
I'm all for being competitive. I worked in a highly competitive field before nursing, but it's also a field that rewards excellence (I.e. only folks with top GPAs, good schools, prestigious certs get the top-paying jobs). This isn't the case in nursing. Employers will hire any warm bodies with a prescription pad to fill scripts and pay them crap. Without saturation, these employers will have to budge; with saturation, someone will lower themselves to make a living.