Although my situation is pretty well known, I've never pushed for a generally married priesthood in the Catholic Church. Anyway, those kinds of decisions are made by men in authority far above me. But I do find the discussion interesting, because it so often devolves to practical issues ("a married man couldn't give enough time," or "it would cost the parish too much money.") Or it exposes the residual of a certain brand of gnosticism ("a married man isn't as pure as a celibate man.") I think those are pathetic non-arguments, and have little to do with the crux of the question.
At any rate, it's an interesting discussion, which you can join in Gerald's comment box.