Absolutely. The "political refugees" are real refugees, "economic refugees" are not refugees at all, but frauds trying to cheat the system, who when discovered should have stamped on their foreheads "never to be considered for entry into Australia ever again" and booted promptly out of the country.
Now that we've eliminated the fraudulent "economic refugees", we should take a closer look at true "political refugees". All of these people are true refugees, but whether or not they are truly people we want as citizens is another story altogether. As an extreme example you can be an axe-liquidateing psychopathic parasite and still be a true refugee, and it's a matter of morality that true refugees need to be looked after. My problem with that is the duration of that "looking after" period.
I feel that there should be no "bypbutt the rules that apply for everyone else" entry for refugees, I think that they should have to apply like everyone else and go through the exact same checks, tests and qualifications as anyone else.
If they don't meet that, then we are only extending safe-haven, and I don't give a f*** if it's 5 or 10 years down the track, as soon as it is remotely reasonably safe to send them home then they go home, with their family (unless any member of the family meets the criteria, in which case the same rules should apply as with any other immigrants, and I guarantee you that family reunion is not the revolving door it used to be). Don't like it, seek refugee status elsewhere. Unfortunately we'll never be that bluntly realistic (even if brutal, which is required in the real world I'm afraid) about our situation in the reality that is the cold, hard world.