Yes, we say it. The kids memorized it because we put it on their bedroom wall (along with parts of the Constitution, the Gettysburg Address, and a periodic table of the elements...)
My kids also say the Pledge during martial arts class, along with a list of five tenets they are expected to live by, according to their martial art.
We also stand for the Star Spangled Banner, with our hands on our hearts, and I cry every time I hear it no matter what.
Our government is imperfect, and there is injustice and there are wrongs out there...but I still believe in the basic principles on which our country was founded, and I have a reverence for the *potential* for good and for justice which our country embodies.
I was also raised military, and not to stand for the pledge or the national anthem just doesn't make sense to me.
I'm an atheist, my husband is a Lutheran, we've never heard of Bible Pledges or anything like that.