Married men may be ordained to the presbyterate; presbyters may not marry. Period. Full stop. End of discussion.
I believe the question was *not* whether we should ever "allow priests to get married," but whether--assuming the laws in the Latin Church that allow married men to be ordained under very restricted circumstances are expanded--we might allow *some* of the priests who had left the active ministry in order to marry legally and openly (as opposed to making "other arrangements") to be re-admitted to service.
Granted, this would have to be done on a case-by-case basis, and would only apply to those who were ordained prior to the "new" law taking effect.