Not for the first time have Australian politicians been under scrutiny regarding the country's Immigration policy.
Since the General Election two months ago the Government have done their level best to expose the number of illegals who have disappeared under the radar. Home Affairs spokespersonnage Bruce Bruceson says that current estimates reckon that there are around sixty thousand.
The number of illegals was immediately called into question by Billabong Fourex Fosters, Aboriginal leader of the opposition, who suggests that there are 'more than twenty two and a half million of the bastards'.
Both sides agree that there is a great need for 'skilled migrants', however. When it was pointed out that the average Indonesian has to navigate over three thousand miles in a tin bath to make the shores, both sides said that wasn't the kind of skills that they meant.
The arguments continue.