Do you want it fixed or fixed right now? We've all experienced "This will do for now." which is a 'kludge'. How do you justify them? What have your experiences been? How have you gone about getting them removed? Do they actually get removed?
I know we encounter these, however we rarely seem to want to discuss it.
I think the best way to handle it is to note in the implementation and/or analysis portion of the defect report that the fix is a temporary band-aid, then either keep that defect open at a lower priority, or close it and open a new ticket requesting a "correct" fix. Later analysis might decide the kludge is good enough and then you can close the ticket for good, but at least that way it was an informed decision and not a "that will work, ship it and close the defect!" sort of situation.