I posted the following response to that quote with this in the combox. It is part of a conversation I had with a priest friend of mine recently it goes:
I know several priests who now that they have learned to celebrate the Mass in the older form loathe the "looseness" of the newer form.
As one of those priests said to me recently, "I tolerate the Ordinary Form, the same way a brother tolerates his little brother hanging out in his room on a Saturday night, while he's trying to play records with his girlfriend. It's necessary to be nice, but my patience is waning."
He went on to say, "If wouldn't be crucified by my Ordinary and my peers, I would just abandon the Ordinary Form altogether. The faithful will adapt. I am weak of constitution on this matter, and I like wearing a collar."
He's a very good friend of mine, and I serve his TLM whenever I can. I don't think that the good Father's words are lost on this crowd.
God's honest truth. I think that the time is short for the OF as the normative rite, especially if a Midwestern priest is having this kind of conversation....Bring us the TLM, we love it.