There seems to be some misunderstanding about the use of quote marks when you writing about what another person has written.
You should only use them if the writer - be it me, Charlie or any commenter - said EXACTLY what you are quoting. Otherwise, please do not use them. The reason should be obvious but I will state it: others may then read your comment and believe the other person said exactly what you are quoting.
And they didn't.
Now you are free to say:
- I think I'm hearing you say....
- Sounds like you are saying...
Or something along those lines.
If every single time someone quotes someone else, I have to go back and check the quote, I will be annoyed. I don't have time to do that nor should I have to.
There is something of an honor system here and if you can't write in a respectful manner, don't comment at all. If I see this to be a problem, I will just delete the comments from those people who will not follow a rule of common decency.