Another court has ruled against the 2 little words added to the pledge in the 50's. Let the wailing and moaning from the right begin. But they sould consider that those two little words make the pledge a clear state endorsement of faith, and that being clearly against the establishment clause.
In the end, if we remain true to the intentions of the founders of this nation, the regular use of this version of the pledge should end. The fact that these words were added as a political stunt decades after the pledge was first presented, just make this whole discussion silly.
Simpley put, the pledge should not have been changed. There is no justification for the inclusion of proclamations of faith, in something proclaim fidelity to a secular state. Well, this should at least pump fundraising for the right wing, I am sure the letters pleading for money are en-route as we speak.
For those who are interested, the Green Knight has a breakdown of the evolution of the pledge.