With the New York State Senate poised to enact a plan that will have the MTA at its doorstep again in a few months, Gov. David Paterson is denying yesterday’s Post story alleging a proposed slush fund in exchange for MTA votes. “I’m not making any trades with legislators. I think the issue is serious and is important on its own value,” Paterson said to Alexander Hamilton’s former paper. So it looks like this half-cooked Senate plan it will be.