From this situation I have learned several things:
ONE - Don't get so frustrated over a wet basement when many people have lost everything including their own life!
TWO - Have a backup sump pump system. The backup sump pump system will work for you when the power (or your primary sump pump) fails.
THREE - Don't try to buy a generator after a storm when everybody needs one. You will find empty shelves. If you really need one, you should go and get one NOW.
FOUR - In order to remove the water you need: a) to wait for power to come back; b) to pay a plumber to remove the water; c) to get a generator or a gas sump pump.
FIVE - When the water is gone, you should dry everything as soon as possible. Open the windows and turn the heat on, or close the windows and turn the dehumidifier on.
SIX - Use pine-sol to stop the mold, not bleach.
SEVEN - Get soaked items away from your home such as rugs.
EIGHT - Get some air freshener for your home.
NINE - Be patient with your partner. Situations like this can make people cranky.
TEN - Be thankful for everything. The sun will always smile after every storm.