Drudge and Rush are all over this: Back in 1919, way before that Marxist hack wrote the offensive "Nuestro Himno", our very own State Department commissioned a Spanish-language version of The Star Spangled Banner. You can see the sheet music at the Library of Congress, and read the lyrics of four versions on the State Department web site.
Not the first time "State Department" and "what were they thinking?" have appeared in my mind together. But I guess this pre-emptive play by Foggy Bottom should at least calm this tempest in a teapot.