I'm speaking of those who steadily champion it with an odd (to me) zeal against more merciful perspectives, who even glorify it as a motive of gratitude, appreciation and praise.
I probaly fit your discription, and I enjoy being saved, but I wouldn't use the word "enjoy", knowing many of my friends and family may not be saved.
That's a strange question (and an even stranger example) coming from a Calvinist. Wouldn't God's freedom to save whomever he chooses, Calvin style, be even better illustrated if Hitler (or, say, some devout Protestant Nazi official, there have been so many) was saved, and the people he contributed to kill reproved? What has final condemnation to do with relative ethics (aka "works") in the Calvinist system? Everyone should be condemned, Hitler no more than Gandhi or Anne Frank, right?
I see you ducked the question. "Isn't there someone (like Hitler) you think should be condemned?" I'm not questioning God, I trust Him. I'm asking you.