Wow, what a bitch that woman is :/ Let him get a word in, jeebus. As for the serious matter:
It's silly to forbid the pledge of allegiance in the classroom simply because atheist or nonreligious parents don't want their children to hear the word God, but I don't think that's the issue they are trying to raise.
The guy makes a valid point: whose business is it of the school's (and by extension the government's) to mandate that all children recite a religious script at the beginning of each day? That in itself is unconstitutional according to the First Amendment AFAIK. However, I would go further than removing the phrase "under God."
As a Canadian, I never had to recite a pledge of allegiance so it's foreign to me that American children would be required to do this in school at all. To be honest, I believe It's dangerous to have mandatory oaths of dedication to one's country because, historically, extreme patriotism fosters bigotry and kindles beliefs of cultural supremacy. Almost every dictator has used this to their advantage along with nationalist propaganda to make citizens into willing servants. For this reason, the public education system should act as its name implies and no further, lest it become an institution specializing in social conditioning. Remove the Pledge of Allegiance altogether.