Criticizing something doesn't mean I'm "uptight" about it. It means it's wrong and therefore deserves criticism.
I also criticize people when they say 2+2 equals something other than four. I'm not uptight about these mathematical mistakes either. I'm simply correcting them so people will know better next time.
You said the so-called satire exists to make people talk about stereotypes? Okay, I've talked about them. So what's the problem? I've pointed out that they're wrong in reality and in Family Guy, too.
Was there something else about these stereotypes I was supposed to talk about? If so, what was it? I'm not a mind reader, so spell it out.
I think I've seen every episode Family Guy, so I know it has attacked Indians more often than other minorities. You'd know this too if you'd watched the show as much as I have.
FYI, it's stereotyped Indians half a dozen times, which is a huge number for a series with 124 episodes (so far). Given that Indian make up only 1% of the US population, they should've been targets in only 1-2 episodes, not 6-7.
Your claim that the series insults everyone equally demonstrates that you haven't thought about it enough. In particular, you haven't tried to quantify the insults as I have. That's why I can say Family Guy has attacked Indians more than their fair share.
Incidentally, your Isaac Hayes analogy fails because I haven't accepted Family Guy's attacks on other minorities. I've criticized them too whenever they came up in conversation--which admittedly isn't often. Unlike Hayes, therefore, I'm consistent.
For more on the subject, see Family Guy Offends Everybody? and Equal Opportunity Offenders