Julian Eggebrecht condemns the ESRB rating system as being worse than the process used for movies.
While I have yet to watch it, I doubt Eggebrecht has watched This Film Is Not yet Rated, either. Or you pretty much wouldn’t even imply that there was somehow some of improvement to be had in the ratings process… Guess what? Getting a movie/game rated is an incredibly political affair which is completely biased against some forms of controversial material over others.
If, as a (commercial) artist, there is something controversial in your message, you inevitably have to apply the same creativity in getting it past the ratings board as you do in crafting it to begin with. Or, if you’re like Trey Parker and Matt Stone, you just learn to enjoy the process.