The White House has apologized to former USDA official Shirley Sherrod and acknowledges that they may jumped to conclusions by calling for her resignation, reports the Associated Press. In a press briefing today, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs called Sherrod's resignation an injustice and apologized for the "entire administration." Watching Gibbs during a taped segment with CNN, Sherrod said she accepted the administration's apology but is still insure whether or not she wants her job back... Here's what you had to say: Kristina commented via Facebook: "I don't feel the USDA deserves her. She should move on to an organization that is more loyal." Sophia wrote via Facebook: "She is entitled to a wrongful termination settlement and she should get her pension and go on her way."