If I moved to the UK and God Save The Queen was to be played at a kindergarten graduation I wouldn't be offended. I'd think, right, I'm in the UK, they're a bit chuffed with their queen. OK, stand up and either try to sing along or just stand here respectfully quiet.
I don't know the origin of the complaint regarding this song being sung or why. Does this mean that these little kids who will become first graders come September (yep, even the dumb ones who should've been left back for a kindergarten do-over - don't get me started on the No Child Left Behind crap - 'cause I've seen the results of some of that - they can't figure out whether to PUSH or PULL on a door, how to give the correct change, or how to form a complete, intelligent sentence) will be exempt from saying the Pledge of Allegiance because it might offend them? I guess these kids won't be allowed to participate in any sporting events - whether amateur or professional - for fear the National Anthem will be played, thereby possibly offending them.
How very sad to use these children as pawns in some twisted adult world of ill-placed righteous indignation and to potentially mar an otherwise proud and happy time - hopefully one of many milestones to be celebrated.